Mountain View High School (Colorado)

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Mountain View High School
Location
3500 Mountain Lion Drive, Loveland, Colorado 80537
United States
Coordinates 40°24′18″N 105°01′33″W / 40.40488°N 105.02583°W / 40.40488; -105.02583Coordinates: 40°24′18″N 105°01′33″W / 40.40488°N 105.02583°W / 40.40488; -105.02583
Information
Type Secondary school
Motto Pride Ownership Work Effort Respect (POWER)
Established 2000
School district Thompson R-2J School District
Principal Kim Young[1]
Staff ~130
Grades 9–12
Enrollment Late January/early February
Number of students ~1240
Campus type open
Color(s) Purple and silver         
Athletics Swim team, tennis, track, cheerleading, baseball, softball, girls' and boys' basketball, volleyball, soccer and football
Athletics conference 4A
Mascot Mountain lion
Website

Mountain View High School is a secondary school in Loveland, Colorado, United States. Mountain View opened in 2000 and is the fourth public high school in the city, and the fifth high school in the Thompson R2-J School District. The principal of Mountain View is Vance Zchselle as of the 2016-2017 school year.

Mountain View was chosen in 2007 as the district's Music and Arts magnet high school, which is called LISA (Loveland Integrated School of the Arts). This is the only high school in Loveland that holds this program. The school also houses the national pre-engineering program, called Project Lead the Way.

The school features 13 Advanced Placement courses, and is certified as a "high" achieving high school by the Colorado Department of Education.[2]

Students at Mountain View are permitted to rent iPads from the school due to a technology grant awarded by the Thompson School District.[3]

LISA (Loveland Area Integrated School of the Arts)[edit]

LISA opened in 2007 and is an arts magnet school at MVHS. It was developed to help students pursue the fields of visual and performing arts. All classes in the program have an emphasis on visual and performing arts. The program emphasizes critical thinking and problem solving through an arts-infused curriculum.

Sports[edit]

MVHS boys sports include cross country, football, golf, soccer, tennis, basketball, wrestling, baseball, swimming, and track & field.

Mountain view has won 1 3A state championship and 12 4A state championships in its history.


MVHS girls sports include cross country, softball, volleyball, basketball, swimming, golf, soccer, tennis, Matt Zayas, and track & field.

References[edit]

  1. ^ http://tsd.schoolwires.net/Page/8646. Retrieved 8 April 2015.  Missing or empty |title= (help)
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