Mountain View Alternative High School

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Mountain View Alternative High School
Location
Mountain View Alternative High School is located in Northern Virginia
Mountain View Alternative High School
Mountain View Alternative High School
Mountain View Alternative High School is located in Virginia
Mountain View Alternative High School
Mountain View Alternative High School
Mountain View Alternative High School is located in the United States
Mountain View Alternative High School
Mountain View Alternative High School
5775 Spindle Court
Centreville, Virginia

Coordinates38°50′15″N 77°25′32″W / 38.83750°N 77.42556°W / 38.83750; -77.42556Coordinates: 38°50′15″N 77°25′32″W / 38.83750°N 77.42556°W / 38.83750; -77.42556
Information
TypePublic
MottoFamily, Love, Respect
Established1995
School districtFairfax County Public Schools
PrincipalGary Morris
Faculty25.0
Grades9 to 12
Enrollment226 (2014-15)[1]
Color(s)Green and gold
SloganFamily, Love, Respect
MascotTimber wolf
NewspaperThe Mountain View Mirror[2]
Website

Mountain View Alternative High School is a public alternative high school in the unincorporated community of Centreville, Virginia, United States. It is part of Fairfax County Public Schools.

Mountain View is one of two alternative high schools operated by Fairfax County Public Schools and offers programs for students who require a nontraditional educational setting.[3]

The school is accredited through the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools as a special purpose high school in the Commonwealth of Virginia.[3]

Student population[edit]

The school's student population consists of minors and adults, including students who may be pregnant or parenting, students for whom English is a second language, students who are returning to school after having had their education interrupted by life events, students who wish to accelerate their high school education, and students who have been administratively placed. The school is not intended for students with severe disciplinary problems.[3]

History[edit]

Mountain View Alternative High School was established in 1995. It occupies a building that was formerly used as Centreville Elementary School.

Notes[edit]

  1. ^ "Mountain View Alternative High". National Center for Education Statistics. Retrieved December 30, 2017.
  2. ^ The Mountain View Mirror
  3. ^ a b c Profile for Mountain View Alternative High School on Fairfax County Public Schools website

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