CV9ers Reflect on Year One

CV9ers Reflect on Year One
Posted on 09/19/2022
CV9ers Reflect on Year OneFirst Class of the CV9 Academy Transitions to High School
Kaia Crossley, Aarushi Dedhiya, Sophie Hoover, and Hayven Mumma
Staff Writers
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Sophomore Caden Lloyd gets his food at the cafeteria in the 10-12 building.

Last year CV added the new CV9 building to solve the overcrowding issue at the high school. As the class of 2025 enters the 10-12 hallways, they reflect on their experiences last year.

“It was just a lot of people, very crowded hallways, the rules were very strict, and they didn’t include us in anything the high school did,” Sophomore Sanai Hill said.

Even though the district had spent millions of dollars in renovations, this did not stop the overcrowding problem they had wished to fix. Just like Hill, many others felt encaged throughout their freshman year.

“It is really crowded here in almost every hallway, and it is a very large building that is easy to get lost in,” Sophomore Tori Freeland said.

Transitioning to a brand new, large building presents fears about where to go to reach classes on time. Freeland and other sophomores felt lost in the labyrinth of hallways, especially during the first few days of school.

Other students are optimistic. Moving into the main building, Sophomore Kern Singh has recognized so many more opportunities along with many new people in other grades he was not able to communicate with before at the Ninth Grade Academy.

“Something I’m looking forward to this year is meeting new people. ‘Cause I’m new to CV, you know I’ve been meeting so many new people, and finding so many opportunities at the high school, that are way greater than they were at CV9,” Singh said.

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