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Mountain View High School (Pima County, Arizona)

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Mountain View High School
3901 West Linda Vista Boulavard
Tucson, Arizona, 85742
United States
Coordinates 32°22′48″N 111°2′55″W / 32.38000°N 111.04861°W / 32.38000; -111.04861Coordinates: 32°22′48″N 111°2′55″W / 32.38000°N 111.04861°W / 32.38000; -111.04861
Type Public secondary
Motto Montes Movemus
Established 1986
School district Marana Unified School District
Principal Todd Garelick
Faculty 124
Grades 9th - 12th[1]
Enrollment 1,819[2] (October 1, 2012)
Color(s) Black and silver
Mascot Monte the Mountain Lion
Nickname Mountain Lions
Rival Marana High School

Mountain View High School in unincorporated Pima County, Arizona[3] is one of the two high schools in the Marana Unified School District. It opened in 1986, ten years after Mesa's high school with the same name. (The two Mountain Views are Arizona's only two district high schools that share a name.)

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Mountain View has many sports programs including football, baseball, volleyball, soccer, track and field, cross country, basketball, tennis, wrestling, Swimming, cheer-leading, golf, and marching band. Mountain View High is a member of the Arizona Interscholastic Association. It is a Division 1 and 2 school.

Mountain View football won their first state championship in 1993.

Boys soccer has one state championship in 2007 beating Sunnyside High School of Tucson 3-0.


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