Freshmen and JV Football against Potomac was changed to Wednesday, October 7.
Freshmen play at 5:30 and JV at 7:00
|Spotlight On: Mountain View Wildcats!|
Main Office Hours: Monday-Friday, 7:00 AM-4:00 PM
Counseling Center Hours: Monday-Friday, 7:00 AM-4:00 PM
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MV Stadium Cam
Watch the game live on our stadium camera. The live feed is viewed in windows media player. Click here starting at 7:00
Mountain View Earns Distinguished Achievement Award
The Virginia Board of Education has awarded MVHS the Distinguished Achievement Award for having met all state and federal benchmarks and making progress toward the educational goals of the governor and the commonwealth board of education.
|Calendar of Events|
If you are a parent or guardian and your child(ren) attends our school, you have the option to create a parent account. With membership, you can receive updates on class pages, send and receive messages via the SchoolFusion interface, and stay up to date on everything here at Mountain View High School. To register, click on "Parent Registration," located on the left-hand sidebar of this Web page. If you were registered and had an account last year, your information remains the same and you do not need to register.
Student registration is automatically generated by our Technology Department and is refreshed weekly. Students are automatically connected to the courses they are taking.
|Our School Mission and Vision|
|Athletic Department: News and Information|
|SPORTS PASSES ARE ON SALE IN THE ATHLETICS DEPARTMENT.
Passes are good for all regular season, home sporting events during 2015-16 school year..
MV Student $50.00
Single Adult $80.00
Family Pass $175.00
(immediate household members up to 6, each additional $10.00 person)
|Renew from last year and we will update the card - no need to make a new one!|
|Mountain View Cats on the Prowl|
Junior Thomas Branstetter earned one of the twelve slots available at the highly competitive 2015 Summer Residential Governor's Mentorship in Engineering at NASA/NIA/Langley Research Center in Newport News. The mentorship lasted four weeks and consisted of research, shadowing, and other authentic work. The application is very lengthy and consists of several rounds of review beginning at the district level and ending at the state level for twelve exceptional and motivated students.
Mentorships through SRGS are available in Engineering, Medicine & Health Sciences, and Marine Science each summer. Students interested in any of these programs should see Mrs. Kiesau as new applications will be released this fall for 2016.
Congratulations to senior Renee McGee, a student in the 2015 Foreign Language Full-Immersion French Academy at Washington & Lee University in Lexington, VA, June 20-July 11. Renee earned this sought after spot due to her exceptional skills with the language. In order to earn a spot at one of these academies, applicants must submit a nomination packet which includes an application for both students and parents to complete, as well as obtaining two teacher recommendations and the principal's recommendation. In addition, the French, German, and Spanish academies require a timed recorded speaking sample and a timed composition component.
Academies are offered in French, German, Spanish, Latin, and Japanese. Please see Mrs. Kiesau or a World Language teacher if you are interested in applying for 2016. Applications will be released this fall.
Dominic Castelli, Michael Epperly, Ian Hodge, Lyle Kiesau, Zachary Rotsch, and Rex Stockham were selected by American Legion Post 290 and served as Delegates at 2015 Boys' State June 21-27 hosted by Radford University. Boys' State is a respected competitive educational program where students participate in a simulation of local, county, and state government. Participants are exposed to the rights, privileges,duties, and responsibilities of a franchised citizen and are elected to various offices. Activities include legislative sessions, court proceedings, law enforcement presentations, assemblies, guest speakers, band, chorus, and recreational programs. Applications for 2016 Boys State will be available for juniors in January from Mrs. Kiesau.
Maddison Albertson, Anne Hewitt, Reilly Meinert, Samantha Rosende, Katie Mulder and Bobbye Wardlow were selected by American Legion Auxiliary Unit 290 and served as Delegates at 2015 Girls' State June 21-27 hosted by Longwood University. Girls' State is a respected competitive educational program where students participate in a simulation of local, county and state government. Participants are exposed to the rights, privileges, duties and responsibilities of a franchised citizen and are elected to various offices. Activities include legislative sessions, court proceedings, law enforcement presentations, assemblies, guest speakers, band, chorus and recreational programs. Applications for 2016 Girls' State will be available for juniors in January from Mrs. Kiesau.
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|Adopt a Mountain View Classroom today!
100% of your donations go directly to the classroom(s) of your choice to help a teacher purchase classroom supplies.
Donate today to increase the opportunity for student success by empowering teachers with community partners and funds to purchase resources for the classroom.
How the program works:
You pick the classroom → 100% of the donation goes to the teacher → Teacher purchases resources for the classroom → Your receive personal feedback from the teacher and students → Students benefit from an enriched learning environment
The Wildcat Cafe and Bakery - Click the hat for dates, times and menus!
Giant A+ and Food Lion School Rewards Programs
If you shop at Giant and use their Bonus Card or Food Lion and use your MVP card, don't forget to re-register each school year for the school you wish to designate for Rewards. If you wish to designate Mountain View, you can click the image below and enter our school number.
Our school number, 04940
Our school number is:219330
The Salon is open for business on Thursdays from 8 am to 5 pm. Click the logo for details!
CLICK HERE for information on mylunchmoney.com!
|School Report Card|
|Our school's report card is in! Learn more about what makes Mountain View High School a great place to learn for our students.
Mountain View High School's report card is unique to the school and is evaluated through the Virginia Department of Education.
The report card combines many different aspects of our school together in a comprehensive report. From finding about our accreditation status to looking at our safety rating and teacher qualifications, you'll find this and much more in the school report card.
Get the detailed report card.
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