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Spotlight On:  Mountain View Wildcats!


Main Office: (540) 658-6840 | Fax:  (540) 658-6855 | 2135 Mountain View Road, Stafford, VA 22554
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

Please join the Mountain View Wild Acts for their performance of “Dracula” on October 30th, 31st and November 1st.  Professor Van Helsing and his brave comrades must hunt down and destroy the evil Count Dracula, but the Count is exceedingly resourceful, employing superhuman strength, psychic powers, and shape-shifting to confound and frustrate his antagonists. Culminating in a wild and shocking confrontation between the King of Vampires and those who wish to rid the world of him. This adaptation is an action-packed, spine tingling, and scream inducing retelling of Bram Stoker's classic tale of horror.  A perfect play for a scary evening just in time for Halloween!  Performances are at 7:00 in the Mountain View High School auditorium.  Tickets are $6 for students and senior citizens and $8 for adults. SCPS employees come for free with a school ID.  This production emphasizes the scary and creepy over blood and gore; however, parental guidance is suggested for ages 12 and under.  All are invited to come in costume!!
Band Together for Hunger
The annual Band Together to Fight Hunger Showcase of Marching Band Talent will be held on Monday, November 3, 2014, at Mountain View High School.  Gates Open at 5:30 p.m. with performances beginning at 7 p.m.  The event is held to benefit the Fredericksburg Area Food Bank and donations of non-perishable food or cash donations will be accepted.  Rain date is Monday, November 10.
For more information on the event, please contact Karen Bingham at bandtogetherstafford@gmail.com.
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.
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

Calendar of Events

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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
Save your pass photo identification cards.  When you purchase sports passes for 2014-15, we will update the cards for the new year.  Just that easy!
Mountain View Cats on the Prowl

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.

Congratulations to Mountain View’s two Destination Imagination teams.  Both competed in the Regional Tournament at NSHS on March 22.  They will now compete in the state tournament on April 5 at Spotswood High School.  The team of Emily Branstetter, Thomas Branstetter, Zach Batt, and Kyle White participated in the Technical Challenge.  Kinsey Carthorn, Synit Zecharias, Maddie Malinowski, and John Ratkowiak competed in the Fine Arts Challenge.

Congratulations to junior Leila Chang for winning a first place Earth and Planetary Science award at the Virginia Piedmont Regional Science Fair on March 12, at the University of Virginia, for her topic “Water Bears in Europa’s Icy Ocean.”  Additionally, her presentation was recognized by the Charlottesville Astronomical Society, the Virginia Dental Association, and the American Meteorological Center.   Sophomore Renee McGee earned second place for her study “Comparing Triboluminescence of Common Materials.”

Congratulations again go to Leila for winning First Place in the Earth and Planetary Sciences category at the state competition held on March 29 at VMI.  She also received the Association for Women Geoscientists award. 

Congrats go to the Mountain View Dance Teams for thier outstanding performances at the National Dance Team Competition in Myrtle Beach on March 8th and 9th. Both teams competed against twenty-six east coast teams. In the Dance Classic Competition, Varsity earned 1st in Pom, Open, Modern, and Lyrical Routines and 2nd in Jazz. JV earned 1st in Kick and Jazz, 2nd in Hip-Hop, and 3rd in Pom. Facing even stiffer competition in the EDA National Competition varsity earned 1st in Pom, Lyrical, and Open and 2nd in Jazz. They also received the National All Around Champion Award,  Best Technique Award, and a paid bid to the US Finals in Virginia Beach! JV placed 1st in Kick and 2nd in Pom.

On March 12, the Mountain View Choruses performed at the District Chorus Assessments at Stafford High School. All choirs received a rating of Excellent or above, with the Women's Chamber Choir and Madrigals receiving Superiors - the highest rating possible. The MVHS Jazz Choir competed on March 20 in the Festival of Choirs at Hanover High School. They also received a rating of Superior and earned first place in the Jazz Choir category. This is the second year in a row Jazz Choir has competed in Hanover, winning first place both years.

Congratulations to the MVHS director, Tom Clark, and his cast and crew of "Boxes" for taking 2nd place at the district competition on February 1st. Students participating in this endeavor include: Elias Akkerman, Alexandra Arvai, Claudia Borvina, Kinsey Carthron, John Del Toro, Sam Fulton, Madison Hurt, Marsha Kangas, Zachary Klinefelter, Siani Leahy, Hunter Madden, Samuel Newsome, Shadrach Newsome, Hannah Shipp, Elise Whitworth, Emily Wood, Brandi Roland, Andrea Dowdell, Bregan Hanna, Whitney Ingraham, Kerri Julian, and Adriel Madden. Sam and Shad Newsome took home Outstanding Actor Awards.

The Varsity Gymnastics team brought home the 2nd place trophy for the upper division at this past weekend's Aloha Invitational at Patriot High School. Freshman Emily Brutski earned 1st place all-around, also taking 1st on Vault, 3rd on Bars, 3rd on Beam and 5th on Floor. Congratulations ladies!!!

Congratulations to the dance teams after a successful showing at the Fairfax Dance Championship. The competition was held at Paul VI High School in Fairfax. Varsity placed 4th in Jazz and 3rd out of 6 teams in Pom. JV took home 1st in Pom, Kick, and Hip hop. Both teams were awarded the Overall Best Sportsmanship Award. Congratulations to Junior, Haley Olsen, for placing 1st in her solo routine. Way to go Wildcat Dancers!

Congratulations to our Wildcat Journalism students, Kerry Reichhardt, Megan Clark, Nicole Eshelman, Lexi Stevens, Niyah White for The Viewpoint winning Best Overall student newspaper at the Free Lance-Star!

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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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