Recent Announcements:

Tonight, Aug. 29,  CVA will play Edgewood at home at 7:00 P.M. Come out and see the
Rebels trash the Wildcats!

This Week’s Lunch Menu:

Friday, Aug. 29- Pizza, salad, and dessert

Junior Class Fundraiser:

The Junior Class will be selling $1 chances for a $100 gas card beginning tomorrow in the lobby of  CVA. Drawing will be on Thursday, Oct. 2 during halftime at the Powder Puff game. All proceeds go toward the Junior/Senior Prom.

Also available in the lobby Friday, Aug. 29 the Junior class will be selling cheese and cinnamon rolls for $2 each. For $1 each students can wear hats and sunglasses.

Tuition Information

Everything you need to know


Mission and Origins

Since 1970 Coosa Valley Academy has strived to provide a college preparatory education in a safe and orderly Christian environment that will instill in each student the desire to fulfill his or her greatest academic potential while encouraging mutual respect among students and staff in order to prepare well-rounded individuals for success in life. Coosa Valley Academy is non-sectarian, co-educational, college preparatory school, administered by a non-profit corporation chartered under the laws of the State of Alabama. CVA is accredited by the Alabama Independent School Association and the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools.


Mr. Naamon Culver, is CVA’s Beta Club sponsor at Coosa Valley Academy. He’s the junior high Civics and Math teacher. The National Beta Club is a student honor society based on high academic achievement, excellent character, and good citizenship. The requirements for this club are that students have a minimum grade of 90 in all of their classes, and maintain good personal character.  National Beta Club is also a valuable documentation for college applications.-by Hannah Vick


Getting to Know Yearbook Staff-Weekly Interview of a Yearbook Staff Member.

What is your name, age, and grade? I am Danielle Hickman, I am 17, and I am a senior.

Why did you join yearbook? I love taking pictures and being a part of creating something that helps my school.

What is your favorite and least favorite subject in school? My favorite subject is English and my least favorite is math.

How did you end up at Coosa Valley Academy? My mother came here to teach.

Do you play any sports? I play soccer.

Are you in any clubs or organizations? I am in Spanish Club, Beta Club, and the Editor of the Yearbook Staff.

What is your favorite thing about Coosa Valley Academy? I love the small, family-like atmosphere.

Who is your favorite staff member here at Coosa Valley? Mr. Shawn Baker.

Do you have any siblings enrolled here also? My little brother, Ryan.

What are you looking forward to this year? I am very much looking forward to graduating.

-by Allison Craft

Troy Leadership Conference

Juniors and Seniors are invited to attend Troy Univerity’s Freshman Forum Excellence in Leadership Conference on Oct.2, 2014. The cost is $40.00 per person and includes lunch and a t-shirt. Cost for parents to attend is $25.00  Please get a form from Mrs. Smith, and return it no later than 8:00 A.M. on Tuesday, Sept. 9 with  a check for $40.00 made payable to Troy University. No late forms will be accepted because the money must be mailed to Troy University.

The goal off the conference is to enhance the leadership abilities of high school students, and in the pastit has been an outstanding experience for CVA’s students. the theme this year is “Leading Beyond Borders”.

The bus will leave at 5:45 A.M. and return at approximately 4:00 P.M.



Coach Taylor is Coosa Valley’s new Head Football Coach and Athletic Director at CVA. He was born in Meridian, Mississippi and has been coaching for seventeen years. He attended the University of Alabama and West Alabama where he received a degree in Psychology and a minor in Physical Education and History. In high school he played football, baseball, basketball, and track. When asked what made him want to become a coach, he said “I have always enjoyed athletics”. Before he came to Coosa Valley, he was the Head Football Coach and Athletic Director at Morgan Academy, Sumter Academy, and Lakeside School. He said that his favorite thing about Coosa Valley is the outstanding students. His plans for athletics are to all around improve our athletics program and to better our students as athletes and individuals. We are excited to have Coach Taylor here with us at Coosa Valley this year, we feel that he is an important asset to the CVA family. GO REBELS!-by Eli Cobb

“My Thoughts As a Volleyball Player”- by Hannah Heath

Volleyball is a very fun sport, but don’t get me wrong, it’s  takes a lot of hard work and dedication. Volleyball is just like every other sport.  It doesn’t take just one person, it takes the whole team working together, and it can be difficult if the whole team doesn’t put in effort. There’s a lot to learn about volleyball:l the rules to learn and how to play the game right, but once you get it all figured out, it’s one of the more fun sports, in my opinion.

Alumni and Staff

Tammy Hickman is the third grade teacher here at Coosa Valley Academy. She has her Bachelors Degree and Masters Degree from the University of Montevallo, and has been teaching for twenty-eight years. This is her fourth year teaching at CVA. When asked what she likes best about the school, she said, “It’s like a big happy family.” Her children influenced her decision to come teach at CVA. Her son Tyler Hickman, now a CVA alumni,  wanted to play baseball. Her daughter, senior Danielle Hickman, wanted to participate in the outstanding art program. Mrs. Hickman also has another son enrolled at CVA, eighth grader Ryan Hickman. Mrs. Hickman is a wonderful teacher and individual. She is a great asset to the Coosa Valley family.

CVA Alumni Contact Information

For alumni information please contact
Sheila Kidd Rich at

Upcoming Events:


September 1, Labor Day, No School.

On Tuesday, Sept. 2  Andrea Crawford from the University of Montevallo will meet with Juniors in Ms. Puckett’s room from 8:20 a.m.- 8:47 a.m., and Seniors in Mrs. Ingram’s room from 8:50 a.m.-9:20 a.m.

On Tuesday, Sept. 9  Shelley Kater from Jacksonville State University will meet with Juniors in Ms. Puckett’s room from 8:20 a.m.-8:47 a.m., and Seniors in Mrs. Ingram’s room from 8:50 a.m.-9:20 a.m.

Fall individual pictures are scheduled for Tuesday, September 30 beginning at 8:00 A.M. Bring your “cheeeese” that day!

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