Mountain View High School

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Mountain View High School

Kim Young

Mountain View High School

Principal: Kim Young

3500 Mountain Lion Drive Loveland, CO 80537
Phone: 970 613-7800

Mission: Learning--Anytime, Anywhere.

Motto:  POWER - Pride, Ownership, Work, Effort, Respect.

Belief Statement: Mountain View High School is all about CONNECTIONS... connections among students and teachers.  MVHS was built as a center-based school with a mission to prepare students with skills for the 21st century.

Colors: Purple, silver, and black

Founded:  2000

Additions:  2008 - auditorium, auxiliary gym, and Rabbit Ears Center

Mascot: Mountain Lion

Describe:  We have the best staff on earth (instructional and support staff)!  We are about caring relationships, high performance, 21st century learning, and academic rigor.  We are an iPad 1:1 implementation school. 

Stellar Points:  Loveland area Integrated School of the Arts (LISA) program with over 200 students; fantastic opportunities for students to become well-rounded citizens - arts, music, academics, AP and athletics; have a Peer Buddy program; pioneering high school for Positive Behavior and Intervention Support (PBiS).

Special Offerings:  LISA, Pre-Engineering Project Lead the Way, Gifted and Talented, concurrent enrollment classes, pre-AP/Honors and 17 Advance Placement courses, Honor Scholar diploma, LISA diploma, modern technology labs, ICAP 9-12 planning, and a state-of-the-art 550 seat performance auditorium.  We also offer Pro Start (a high school concurrent enrollment hospitality program).  MVHS is a leader in Special Olympics (MVHS works with Poudre School District to create an annual Larimer County Special Olympic event).

Extracurricular:  Enrichment activities include student leadership, LINK crew, two work experience programs: BWE--Business Work Experience and MWE--Marketing Work Experience, DECA for marketing, FBLA for business, FCCLA for consumer and family sciences, Technology Student of America, FCA, Art Club, Knitting Club, Interact, National Honor Society, Caught in the Act theater production group - part of a nationally-recognized theater program, and the Thespian Society Troupe #8169.  Other activities include 20 athletic opportunities, band, choir, community and service learning projects, and an extensive commitment to cocurricular activities.

Parent/Volunteer:  We have active parents in the School Accountability Advisory Committee (SAAC); parent volunteers are in the school daily; school-to-work experience programs; and activity booster clubs.

Partnerships/Grant Support:  Orthopaedic and Spine Center of the Rockies (districtwide support at athletic events), Erion Foundation, Loveland Sculpture Invitational, McWhinney Corporation, professional artists, musicians, performers, alumni, Rockley Family Foundation (musical instrument annual sales), Counselor Corp and Next Generation pilot work around competency based education.

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