Mountain View High School
Mountain View High School offers a wide variety of course and programs to meet the needs of all students.
CTE courses will be offered without regard to sex, race, color, creed, religion, national origin, disability, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, or any other status protected by law. Additionally, the District will take steps to ensure language will not be a barrier to admission and participation in CTE programs. View our non-discrimination policy and complaint procedure. The following persons have been designated to handle inquiries regarding the district’s non-discrimination policy: Title II Coordinator: Executive Director of Student Services, 520 NW Wall Street, Bend OR (541-355-1060 or [email protected]) Title VI Coordinator: Director of Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion, 520 NW Wall Street, Bend OR (541-355-1060 or title[email protected]) Title IX Coordinator: Human Resources Director, 520 NW Wall Street, Bend OR (541-355-1100 or [email protected]) 504 Coordinator: Assistant Director of Special Education, 520 NW Wall Street, Bend OR (541-355-1060 or [email protected]).
Mountain View High School offers an Early College/Dual Credit Program for all students.
Dual credit courses are available in a variety of career and technical education (CTE) programs as well as in core subjects including math, language arts, science, and social studies. Options include courses in agriculture science, automotive, business, health, and more. College credits earned in MVHS courses can be used to meet community college certificate or degree requirements or transferred to many other community colleges and universities across the U.S.
The AP program at Mountain View helps prepare students to perform competitively at the college level and provides them the opportunity to earn college credits while still in high school. Mountain View's AP program is available to students in grades 9-12 and offers the classes necessary for a student to earn the AP International Diploma.
Whether students choose to take AP classes beginning their freshmen year or wait until their junior or senior year, they will receive rigorous instruction in every class. Mountain View is committed to strengthening its AP program and preparing students for success in AP classes and beyond.
AP courses are designed to be college-level courses. Students should be aware that they will be expected to work at a college freshman level. Colleges and universities tend to favor student applications reflecting challenging courses.
AP courses and exams are recognized by more than 3,200 universities in more than 60 countries, including the United States.
For information on the credit policies of specific universities
Once called vocational education, Career Technical Education (CTE) is evolving. It incorporates technology, workforce context and relevance into the secondary setting. The district is also committed to offering opportunities for students to explore pathways for college and career, with the purpose of being exposed to as many options as possible.
When Bend-La Pine Schools students graduate, they should come equipped to do the following: