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  Spotlight On:  Mountain View Wildcats!  


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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  

Prom and After-prom 2014

The Prom is April 25th from 7:30 to 11:00 at the Fredericksburg Expo Center. Click here to go to the Junior Class page for more information and for a copy of the dance contract.

This year's After-Prom is at MVHS from 11:30p.m. to 4a.m. Click here for more information.
Parent Conference Night

Our spring parent conference night is on Thursday, April 23rd from 4:00pm to 7:00pm. Please go to our Parent Conference page from the left sidebar of the MVHS Home page for directions to schedule your conferences.
Update to Measles: February 2015
The current outbreak of measles in the United States has been highly covered in the media and is of interest to our community. To date, there have been no reported cases of measles in Virginia. The Rappahannock Area Health District provides guidance to the school system during any public health situation. Please click here for more information.  
Textbook Adoption
All teachers and interested parents are encouraged to review the textbooks under consideration for adoption and complete an evaluation rubric. Click here for information on content areas and locations.
MVHS Blue Star School

Mountain View High School has been named a Blue Star School for having performed extremely well on the Wise test on financial literacy.
  Calendar of Events  

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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  
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  
  Use the calendar drop down above and click on Athletics/Activities to see the most current event information.  
  Mountain View Cats on the Prowl  

Matthew Mitchler came in third place at 152 weight class VACW 2015 9-12 grade States & Super States.  Matthew is honored with All American title at the NHSCA Nationals in Virginia Beach at 152 weight class.  Congratulations Matt!  You should be proud as we are of your accomplishments!

Congratulations to the following students for being named student of the month:  September: Abby
Carbone; October: Addy Anderson; November: Erinn Black; December: Emily Branstetter; January: Jonathan Barsana; February: Josh Charney; March: Julian Scoffield; April: Cassidy Kelly; May: Curtis Mussen.  This is an awesome group of students representing MVHS!  Congratulations!

Congratulations to Mountain View Marching Band's Feature Twirlers, Carson and Reagan King, who won their age and skill level divisions at the Miss Majorette of the Mid-Atlantic Regional Competition qualifying them to compete at America’s Youth On Parade National Baton Twirling Competition at University of Notre Dame in South Bend, Indiana in July.

Congratulations to Katie Sell was named a National Hispanic Merit Scholar.   In addition, she  verbally committed to swim for William and Mary.  Go Tribe!!

Congratulations to the following MVHS students who have been selected to attend the 2014 Summer Residential Governor’s School.  Attending the month-long enrichment program are Lillian Bramble and Samantha Rosende for the Humanities, Hunter Madden for Theater, and Emily Simmonds for Visual Art.  These students will spend the month of July at Radford University with other high school students from across the state of Virginia.  The students were chosen after an extensive application process.

Congratulations to Mountain View’s two Destination Imagination teams for winning first place in their categories at the state tournament held April 5.  The teams will now compete in Globals at the University of Tennessee.  First place in the Technical Challenge went to Emily Branstetter, Thomas Branstetter, Zach Batt, and Kyle White.  First place in the Fine Arts Challenge went to Kinsey Carthron, Synit Zecharias, Maddi Malinowski, and John Ratkowiak.

Wildcats were well represented at District Chorus and All-State auditions.  The three students that were selected to participate are Zoe Woodaman (Soprano 1 - 1st in our District), Emma Kahane (Soprano 2), Raven McCrodden (Alto 2).  Alternates are Emma Zinck (Alto 1) and Sam Fulton (Bass 2).  Congratulations to these students on their hard work!

Congratulations to three of our outstanding MVHS Band members for their selection to this year's All-Virginia Band.  Renee McGee, Elayna Youngson and Matt Tovar earned positions in the All-State group after auditions at JMU last Saturday.  They will be rehearsing and performing with the All-State group April 9th, 10th and 11th at CNU.  Nice job Wildcats!

A huge congratulations to the students of the one act play "Blow By Blow: A Modern Morality Play". During the past two months the students have competed at conference and regional level, defeating many first place schools along the way and earned a spot as one of only 4 finalist at states on March 7th.  The play is a powerful anti-bullying play.  The Wild Acts defeated two schools and missed on the championship by 1 point.  Four outstanding acting awards were given for the whole festival and MVHS's own Jonathan Barsana won one of those awards!  Congratulations to all the Wild Act Students! 

Congratulations to Anne Hewitt for her 2nd place finish in Impromptu at the Regional Forensics Competition held on March 9th.  Anne has earned a spot to compete at the State level on March 28th.  Good luck!

On Saturday, March 7th the Destination Imagination Northern Virginia Region Tournament was held at North Stafford High School.  Two of our Wildcats are doing well in the competition.  The team of Emily and Thomas Branstetter; Natalie Branstetter and Logan Zlotnick earned FIRST PLACE in the High School Technical Challenge.  Congratulations to this team as they compete in the State DI challenge on      March 28th.

Wildcats were well represented at the Festival of Choirs.  Jazz Choir received a rating of Superior and 2nd place in their division.  Acappella also received a Superior rating and 1st place in their division.  These students have worked very hard, both in classes and after school.  The Mountain View family extends a big congratulations and we are very proud of these students!

Congratulations to the following TSA students for their accomplishments in Saturday's Northern Region Competition. Manufacturing Prototyping, 1st place, Isabel Valero, Hannah Kenkel, Tim Sharp, Logan Olson, and Jacob Schwartz.  Photographic Technology, 1st place, Bella Olson. Flight Endurance, 3rd place, Drew Porter.  System Control Technology, 3rd place, Tim Sharp, Hannah Kenkel, Sam Lichtman.  Video Game Design, 4th place, Ethan Hamilton, Thomas Girton, Zoltan Szombathy, Elizabeth King and James Erickson.  Your hard work and dedication have paid off...Congratulations!






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  Impact:  Support our School  
  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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