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CVCHS Student Wins Hispanic Youth Award, Union Scholarship

Carol Alata, a Clayton Valley Charter High School senior, received a 2019 Youth Award from the Hispanic Heritage Foundation.

Out of more than 13,000 applicants, she was one of six high school seniors nationally recognized for excellence in the classroom and leadership in the community. The foundation honored Alata last month as the national recipient in health care and science at the 20th annual ceremony, held at the Telemundo Center in Miami.
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Keeping Students Safe Beyond The Classroom

It's not often I get asked a question about high school assemblies that causes me to ponder at some length. But when Clayton Valley Charter High School teacher Sarah Lovick suggested a guest speaker, it made me consider: "Can you imagine what the high school experience would have been if social media existed way back then?"
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CVCHS Governing Board Approves Funding for SAT/ACT Prep Courses

CONCORD, CA – The Clayton Valley Charter High School (CVCHS) Governing Board of Directors approved a plan which would fund SAT and ACT preparation courses for all interested 11th grade students. The program will take place over several months and be offered to as many students as possible. SAT and ACT test scores are used for college admissions decisions and awarding merit-based scholarships to students nationwide.
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CVCHS Student's Winning Essay Focuses On Voting

Sydney Caulder of Concord will travel to Washington D.C., in March for the final round of the Voice of Democracy essay competition.
Calder a senior at Clayton Valley Charter High School, won the Veterans of Foreign Wars Post 1525, District 10 and state levels of the Voice of Democracy Essay Competition.
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Tisa Talks

Leaving his previous job in the East Bay to teach at Clayton Valley Charter High School, was no easy task for Nick Tisa.
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