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Crescent View Academy is excited to introduce a new uniform for our Middle and High School CVA students and announce Verona as our new school uniform partner! The new middle and high school design reflects our commitment to preparing students for university — with a style that is more sophisticated and collegiate while giving a nod to the school colors Navy and Athletic Gold. Uniforms were collaboratively designed over the last year to not only to be fashionable but also durable, practical, comfortable, and aligned with our Islamic values. As CVA scholars meet and interview with visiting admissions officers, professional dress will be crucial to a good impression. CVA has partnered with Verona Uniforms to be our uniform vendor, providing families with high-quality clothing and premier customer service through easy and convenient online ordering.

Beginning Fall 2021 as we, all middle and high school 6-12th grade uniforms must be purchased through the new Verona CVA Uniform Portal. Prior uniform articles will not be allowed next year and, if worn, will be considered a violation of dress code. Spirit store items do not count as school uniform and can only be worn during earned casual days. Orders should be placed by July 15th to ensure that you receive them by the first day of school.  Below is a coupon promotion for a 10% discount for early orders.

It is highly recommend that PK-5th grade students purchase the school uniform with the logo from Verona Uniforms as well. By 2022-2023 all elementary uniforms will be required to be purchased from Verona Uniforms and have the school’s logo. Uniform will be strictly enforced as of August 16th. Please see family handbook regarding spirit days, casual days and dress code enforcement. See CVA uniform policy page here.

 

New CVA middle and high school uniforms reflect a style that is more sophisticated and collegiate.

 

Elementary PK-5th grade students recommended to purchase updated uniforms with school logo as well.

CVA is happy and excited to announce an event we are co-sponsoring with the Islamic Schools League of America. We have a great speaker line up including Omar Khawaja author of the Ilyas & Duck series, Abdul-Malik Ahmad of Native Deen, and Iram bint Safia, Muslim mom blogger, just to name a few!

If you’re looking for activities to do as a family and need last-minute ideas to make Ramadan even more special, come join us Wednesday, April 7th at 8 pm EST. (6pm Denver MST)

Ramadan Joy at Home: Creating Family Traditions 
Stories, songs, service & more

Featuring:

Abdul-Malik Ahmad
Native Deen/DeenTV

Dr. Seema Imam
Chair, Islamic Schools League of America (ISLA)

Omar Khawaja
Ilyas & Duck/Children’s Book Author

Iram bint Safia
Muslim Mom Blogger

Afeefa Syeed
Al-Fatih Academy

Uzma Popal & Wesal Adams
National Muslim Soup Kitchen Day

Dr. Fawzia Gilani-Williams
Children’s Book Author, Educator

The event is perfect for parents of children ages 3-18. 

From 8-9 pm EST (6pm-7pm Denver MST), we will have panelists speak to parents with ideas for how to incorporate Ramadan joy into your home and family. At 9 pm EST (7pm Denver MST), we invite you to have your children join for Omar Khawaja’s special bedtime story reading of “Ilyas & Duck: Ramadan Joy!
Be Sure to Register here! https://tinyurl.com/ISLA-RamadanJoy

CVA Spirit items now available for students, families, alumni and supporters! Hoodies, shirts, hats, mask and more mashAllah! https://bit.ly/CVAwebstore

Cognia grants CVA Certificate of Accreditation

Denver Metro Regional Science and Engineering Fair Winners

Asalamu Alaikoom.  It is with great honor to announce that Crescent View Academy’s teachers and students shined at the Denver Metro Regional Science and Engineering Fair (DMRSEF).   Our students competed in the Junior Competition for middle schools against 155 projects presented by 175 students from 37 different schools in the Greater Denver Metro Area.  We brought home the following awards:

Plant Sciences1st Place   Hiba Aryan, 7th Grade – “Effect of Orsythia on Plants”

Earth & Environmental Sciences3rd Place Fatimah Hirbo, 6th Grade – “Are There Dangerous Levels of Lead in Local Soil?”

 

Engineering3rd Place Mohammad Bathhef, 8th Grade – “Hydropower Solutions in Rivers and Streams”

Furthermore, in the competition there were 34 Special Awards that were presented to over 60 students.  We are proud to announce that our students were once again recognized with the following Special Awards:

Cherry Creek Stewardship Partners (Aurora Water) – Aleena Modak 6th Grade

Colorado Chapter of the Soil and Water Conversation Society – Fatimah Hirbo 6th Grade

The Denver Metro Regional Science and Engineering Fair (DMRSEF)was established in 1963 to give pre-collegiate researchers an outlet to engage their scientific interests and an opportunity to interact with professional researchers and scientists. Serving eight counties in the Denver metropolitan area (Adams, Arapahoe, Broomfield, Clear Creek, Denver, Douglas, Jefferson, and Summit), the CoorsTek DMRSEF provides area middle school and high school students a vehicle to develop their scientific skillsets and an annual opportunity to present their research. All category winners of the CoorsTek DMRSEF are eligible to compete at the Colorado Science and Engineering Fair (grades 6-12). Senior (grades 9-12) “Best in Fair” winners represent Colorado at the prestigious Regeneron International Science and Engineering Fair (ISEF).

28th Annual Fundraiser Dinner

Annual Arabic Language Day 2019

7-12-19 CVA Alumni Jumuah

CVA Hifz Announcement: Yousef Anwar Zuraigat

Annual Hijab Boutique 2019