We believe that a rich and meaningful educational experience is the heart’s desire of every parent.
The faculty and staff of MVCS are dedicated to providing excellent education in a safe and caring environment. Our demanding curriculum is designed to build character in our students so they will persevere in the face problems with self confidence and joy (Romans 5, James 1). The integration of S.T.E.M. throughout our curriculum from Kindergarten through High School will prepare our graduates for their future in the all-important and ever-expanding areas of science, math and technology.
The Early Education Department provides a caring Christian environment for Infants through Pre-Kindergarten. Children in the two through four-year old classes learn using a blend of hands-on center play and structured curriculum.
Our Bible-based curriculum is in alignment with State and National standards and is enhanced with yearly testing (Terra Nova) and technology. In addition to their core classes, our students attend enrichment classes, which include: computer, art, physical education, music, and S.T.E.M.
It is recommended that towards the end of the 8th grade year, parents should meet with MVCS Director of Admissions, Dannette Kirk, to discuss the benefits of attending Mountain View Christian High School.
Our graduates are committed to apply their Christian values, leadership training, and academic excellence to the needs of the world!
Whether it is learning a programming skill or creating a robot to accomplish a task, S.T.E.M. provides students with a fun and challenging experience in Computer Sciences. Check out some of the programs available to MVCS Student.
Our school has been home to students from Africa, Asia, Europe, and South America. MVCS is pleased and excited to host international students on our campus. We believe the addition of international students has positive benefits for the international student as well as our local student body.
Mountain View Christian School admits students of any race, color, national, and ethnic origin to all the rights, privileges, programs, and activities generally accorded or made available to students at the school. It does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national and ethnic origin in administration of its educational policies, admissions policies, scholarship and loan programs, and athletic and other school-administered programs.