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  Spotlight On:  Mountain View Wildcats!  
 
 
     



 



 
Main Office: (540) 658-6840 | Fax:  (540) 658-6855 | 2135 Mountain View Road, Stafford, VA 22556
Main Office Hours:  Monday-Friday, 7:00 AM-4:00 PM
Counseling Center Hours:  Monday-Friday, 7:00 AM-4:00 PM
 
 
 
 
  Important News and Information  
 

Thompson Receives Award
See Mr. Thompson receive the Teaching it Forward Scholarship

Click here.
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.
 
DISTRICT ANNOUNCEMENTS
 
     
  Calendar of Events  
 
Tomorrow
5/3/2016
5/4/2016
5/5/2016
Repeating EventMVHS - Spring Musical
7:00 PM - 9:00 PM
 
     


 
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  Our School Mission and Vision  
 
Wildcat Mission Statement
The Mountain View Learning Community will recognize and support the individual needs of all students. The community will encourage all students to pursue opportunities beyond a high school diploma. The community will empower students to explore their natural curiosity and creativity and will encourage them to become healthy, independent thinkers, lifelong learners, and productive global citizens.
Wildcat Vision Statement
The Mountain View High School Learning Community connects with students in a high energy, positive environment that values academic integrity, personal accountability, and rigor.
 
     
 
  Athletic Department:  News and Information  

 
Reminder: during tournament play, only valid VHSL Regional and State passes may be used.
     
  Mountain View Cats on the Prowl

 
 
 

Mountain View FCCLA had a very successful weekend at the 2016 Virginia FCCLA State Conference. Please join me in congratulating the following students on their wonderful accomplishments this past weekend: Julia Hanson completed her year as the state Vice President of Competitive Events. Lilly McCormick was elected the new state Vice President of Public Relations and recieved a silver medal in her Career Investigation competition. She was also recognized for completing the Power of One national program. Ashlyn Horton competed in Recycle and Redesign and recieved a gold medal. Mia Ellis competed in Culinary Arts: Decorated Cake and recieved a bronze medal. Mekhi Payne, Caleb Hill, and Nyle Van Doren competed in Sports Nutrition and recieved a bronze medal. Gifty Agyemfra and Aveona Burrell competed in Life Event Planning and recieved a bronzr medal. Paige Nageotte- Taylor and Megan Dent recieved a silver medal in the Focus on Children competition. The MV chapter of FCCLA was recognized as one of only 6 platinum level (the highest level) Outstanding Chapters this year. We were also recognized as the chapter that donated the 2nd highest amohnt to the VA FCCLA Leadership Foundation.  Please congratulate these students on all of their hard work throughout the school year. It has truely been an amazing year for MV FCCLA!

Please congratulate Renee McGee, Laura Watson and Austin Fairley for being selected in this year's All State Symphonic Band.  They will be performing at George Mason University on April 9th at 2:45 p.m. 

Congratulations to Matt Mitchler for placing 1st and being honored with champion in the Sophomore Super States Wrestling Tournament that took place March 12th at Riverbend High School.  Congratulations Matt!

Congratulations to the TSA members for their excellent showing at the North Regional Competition on Saturday. 
1st place trophy for Manufacturing Prototyping was won by Hannah Kenkel, Nick Grill, Tim Sharp, Isabel Valero, Andrew Porter, Nick Enfiejian and Jacob Schwartz.  Aiden Anderson brought home a 2nd place trophy in Flight Endurance. 3rd place trophy for Systems Control went to Ethan Hamilton, Tim Sharp and Sam Lichtman.  Congratulations on your hard work in this competition.

Congratulations to the Forensics team at the Conference Competition last night in Massapponax.  Allyson Brown 2nd place for Extemporaneous Speaking; Rachel Janney 2nd place for Impromptu Speaking; Anne Hewitt 1st place for Impromptu Speaking.  Regional competition will be held in March.  Way to go team!

The following students have been selected to perform in MV spring musical In the Heights.  Congratulations Sam Fulton,
Synit Zecarias, Jared Wood, Laura Watson, Zoe Woodaman, Abigail Merker, Isaiah Lawson, Dylan Miles, Emily Dalton, Sara Ghazzaoui, Stephen Balani, Josh Rios, Mackenzie Cush, Alexandria Walker, Jasmin Barrios, Beth Beard, Teresa Weigeshoff, Megan Pedigo, Meredith Speet, Justin Schneider, Zachary Phillips, Malik Carter, Connor Wilcox, Joey Keough, Alicia Armah, Kai Hill, Megan Flood, Mackenzie Phillips, Kim Torres, Dani Nogales, Seyatta Schillace, Leah Garza.

Congratulations to Laura Watson, Tara Truax and Teresa Weigeshoff for being selected to represent All-State Chorus in Virginia Beach April 28th - 30th.  This is quite an honor.  Congratulations girls!

   Mountain View High School student of the month for April is Mary Grace McGregor.   Congratulations Mary Grace!

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.

Emily Branstetter, Class of 2015, was awarded a special Student Service to STEM Education and Instruction Volunteer Certificate from the SCPS Office of Math and Science at the Star's in Science Celebration.  Emily was honored for her initiative in starting and supporting the Girls in STEM Club at Hampton Oaks Elementary School as part of her Independent Study.








 

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  Adopt-A-Classroom ProgramAdopt 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.

Giant A+ Bonus Bucks Program


Our school number, 04940


     

  Our school number is:219330

Mountain View Cosmetology

The Salon is open for business on Thursdays from 8 am to 5 pm.  Click the logo for details!

 

My Lunch Money Program
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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