Mountain Valley High School

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Mountain Valley High School
Address
799 Hancock St.
Western Maine Foothills
Rumford, Maine, 04276
United States
Coordinates 44°33′50″N 70°33′34″W / 44.5638°N 70.5594°W / 44.5638; -70.5594Coordinates: 44°33′50″N 70°33′34″W / 44.5638°N 70.5594°W / 44.5638; -70.5594
Information
School type Public
Founded 1989
School district Regional School Unit #10 (RSU10)
Superintendent Dr. Craig King
School code 200865
Principal Matthew Gilbert
Asst. Principal Al Cayer
Faculty 42
Grades 9–12
Enrollment 425
Color(s)      Silver and      cobalt blue
Song Falcon's Fly
Athletics conference Mountain Valley Conference
Sports Fall: Soccer, Football, Golf, Cheering, & Field Hockey.

Winter: Basketball, Wrestling, Cheering, & Skiing.

Spring: Track & Field, Baseball, Softball, Tennis, & Lacrosse.

Mascot Falcon
Nickname MV
Team name Falcons
Rival Dirigo High School and Cape Elizabeth High School
Yearbook Wings
Communities served Rumford, Mexico, Roxbury, Byron
Graduates (2007–08) 147
Website

Mountain Valley High School is a public high school in Rumford, Maine, serving the towns of Rumford and nearby Mexico. It was formed in 1989 as a result of the merger of the towns' high schools. During the 2007–08 school year, MVHS had 589 enrolled students, 64 faculty and 147 students in the graduating class. The school is accredited[1] through the New England Association of Schools and Colleges.[2][3]

Sports[edit]

Football: On November 14, 2010, Mountain Valley won the Western Maine Class B championship with an 18–0 win over Wells High School and later won the state championship against Leavitt. It was the 5th Western Maine Class B championship in the last 7 seasons. The team won the Class B championships in 2004, 2006, 2008, and 2010.[4] The seniors, led by captains Taylor Bradley, Cam Kaubris, and Christian Durland, dedicated their state championship in 2010 to former teammate, Danny Garneau, who died of cancer the year before. [5] [6]

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