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.
Cats on the Prowl
Congratulations to the Technology Student Association team as they shined in their State Competition. Engineering Design - 1st place, Sam Lichtman; 2nd place, Tim Sharp; Top 10 Ethan Hamilton
Technology Bowl Written - 1st place, Sam Lichtman, Ethan Hamilton and Tim Sharp
Architectural Design - Top 10, Joe Altorfer, Aiden Anderson, Andrew Porter and Andrew Fijalkowski
Problem Solving - Top 10, Jacob Schwartz and Andrew Porter
Digital Video Production - 2nd place, Hannah Kenkel, Nick Enfiegian, Nick Grill, Jacob Schwartz and Darian Bersch
Fashion Design - 2nd place, Isabel Olson, Kelly Akers, Sydney Hewitt and Gianna Amabile
Children Stories - Top 10, Kim Sharp, Amanda Wyche, Sydney Hewitt, Gianna Amabile and Isabela Olson
Systems Controls - 1st place, Tim Sharp, Ethan Hamilton, Sam Lichtman
3D Animation - 1st place, Ethan Hamilton, Victoria Torres and Lillian Knell
Congratulations to the National Honor Society's student of the month Lauren Wick!
The National Honor Society would like to recognize the following members for being selected as the 2017/2018 NHS Officers! President: Ryan Cunningham; Vice President: Nicole Martin; Secretary: David Cohen; Treasurer: Zachary Mumma; Parliamentarian: Paola Garcia. Congratulations!
Congratulations to Hailey Bullis for her recognition from the International Quill and Scroll for her photo cover of the November issue of The Viewpoint.
May Student of the Month is Stephen Balani. Congratulations Stephen!
Congratulations to Mathias Spangler who received a Bronze Medal in Food Innovations at the FCCLA State Conference last weekend. Congratulations to Mountain View's FCCLA for being recognized as a Gold Level Outstanding Chapter. Also, congratulations to Lilly McCormick for completing her year as a Virginia FCCLA State Officer.
Congratulations to the Mountain View High School Debate Team as they placed in several events at the Conference Debate Tournament in Massaponax on March 20th. They have qualified to move on to the Regional Debate Tournament at Atlee on April 1st. Darian Bersch and Isabella Roeske placed 4th in Public Forum. Andrew Misdary and Lucas West placed 3rd in Policy. Riley Snitkin and Mackenzie West placed 2nd in Policy. Congratulations to these students and best of luck at Regionals!
Congratulations to the MVHS Environthon team for winning first place in their local competition. Good luck in the area 3 competition!
Congratulations to both the Symphonic Band and Wind Ensemble on a fantastic performance at District Assessment last Friday. The Symphonic Band earned an Excellent rating for their performance and the Wind Ensemble earned Straight Superior ratings from all judges. Combined with the Marching Band's Superior rating in the fall, this makes the Mountain View Band program a Virginia Honor Band for the 11th consecutive year. Congratulations to all band members on a fantastic year!
Congratulations to the Mountain View Technology Student Association. Results from the Northern Regional Competion are as follows: Tim Sharp, Sam Lichtman and Ethan Hamilton - 1st place - Systems Controls; Tim Sharp, Hannah Kenkel, Jacob Schwartz and Darian Bersch - 2nd place Digital Video Production; Kelly Akers - 5th place - Photographic Technology; Isabela Olson - 6th place - Photographic Technology. Congratulations to these students for their hard work and achievements!
Congratulations to the following students/athletes and their commitment to play at the college level. Lily Bryngelson, Field Hockey, CNU; Yasmine White, Field Hockey, CNU; Nathalie Tortolero, Field Hockey, CNU; Jamil Collison-Cofie, Football, Alderson Broaddus; Jacob Clark, Football, Seton Hill University; Tiaralyn McBride, Volleyball, CNU; Justin Pearson, Baseball, William & Mary; Madison Hukka, Girls Lacrosse, Lynchburg College; Lexi Dahlke, Girls Lacrosse, College of Mount Saint Vincent; Andy Reid, Boys Lacrosse, Virginia Wesleyan College; Jenny Bullers, Girls Soccer, Frostburg State University; Olivia Bolton, Girls Soccer, CNU; Amari Hopkins, Girls Soccer, University of Kansas; Jensen Margheim, Girls Soccer, Indiana State; Kiersten Kennedy, Softball, Bridgewater; Hannah Olkowski, Softball, Eastern Menonite; Ashley Pearson, Swim, MIT.
The following students auditioned and were accepted into the Districk XV All District Band. They will perform at BPHS on February 3rd and 4th. Congratulations Billy Kangas, Alexander Devito, Kathleen Ryan, Leah Garza, Bradly Dash, Madison Perry, David Gray, Bryce Dash, Hannah Brenner, Keegan Petters, Caroline Bingham, Michi Rullman, Michael Woods, Joseph Montgomery, Brianna Ivy, Noah Tuckwiller, Barbara Hovermale, Teddy Gross, Olivia Evans and Andrew Sheloski.
Congratulations to The Viewpoint for being recognized by the American Scholastic Press Association for first place in their nationwide competition!