C.V.M.S is okay the principals are great they try to help you and so do the teachers i have i have been going there for 2 years on and off iam in 9th grade amd i like the school.
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Posted by a student on 02/06/09
My son is in the 7th grade at CVMS and he loves it. I love the fact that I can go online any time and see all his grades and every grade on every single test and assignment. The office staff are wonderful. I do however, feel there lacks some discipline with some of the students! I feel that the principal
... Read more and the vice principle definitely need to step up their leadership and discipline. Not enough consequences for these kids! CVMS has some great teachers and some okay ones. I feel that this school needs to offer more opportunities for the kids that are more advanced. They only offer Honors math in 7th grade, and I feel they should implement more challenging classes for those that need to be challenged more. The sports programs are great. Overall, this is a good school, but they definitely have room to make it better. Read less
Posted by a parent on 06/02/08
I have been going to CVMS for all three years. I am in my 9th grade/Freshman year now and I like the school. Truthfully, If I had the choice, I would choice boarding school, but for now, this school is okay. I hope the other students there feel the same way. The teachers are very interesting and
... Read more they know how to keep you occupied. Though, some of the teachers never get off of their high horses. I was not into math that much at this school. Until I got into 9th grade math with Mr. Blotter. He is a very interesting person and very funny. One of the best teachers I ever had. If you are considering sending your kids to CVMS, or you are a student who wants to go there. Please do! This school is a very good one. Read less
Posted by a student on 09/06/07
I would like to say that a I only went to cvms for 1 year but the the friends that I made were great and the the teachers awesome the teacher go out of their way to help you and once I moved I did not have as good of grades and as much support so that is why I like cvms.
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Posted by a former student on 07/31/05
As a student, I would also like to post my opinions on this school. After going here for 3 years I have noticed a few things. When I walk into the school the teachers are pleasant, but the students on the other hand are definitely not there by choice. I would also like to include that although some
... Read more classes present a challenge, not many are able to do that. Overall, I would say that C.V.M.S. is an 'easy A' school. Read less
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