Mountain View High School
We welcome all students and parents to seek assistance from our counseling office when they are in need of help. Our staff can offer assistance with social, emotional, behavioral or academic issues. Parents, please make an appointment if you need to see a counselor. Call or email your student's counselor to make an appointment.
Enrollment for the 2022-2023 school year is now open!
Families can submit an enrollment request in two ways:
We provide transcripts to colleges, universities, trade schools and employers through Parchment for current and former students. Current and former students can create an account and request their transcript through Parchment, linked here.
School counselors are available to meet with students and parents by appointment. Click on the counselors name below to schedule time with them, or students can use the QR codes posted on the Counseling Office door to sign up. If you have a quick question, email your counselor by using [email protected]
Leslie Baldwin ~ Student last names A-D
Shanna Nesbitt ~ Student last names E-K
Erin Moran ~ Student last names L-Q and K (12th grade only)
Kate Hunter ~ Student last names R-Z
**Privacy and Limits of Confidentiality**
When you are meeting with your school counselor, please keep in mind the limits of confidentiality that your school counselor is legally and ethically bound by. Everything you tell them will stay between you and your school counselor except in the following instances:
Click here to see the information provided in the 2021-2022 Freshman Foundation Resource Lesson
Click here to see the information provided in the 2021-2022 Junior Class Presentation
Click here to see the information provided in the Navigating the College Bound Process- Presentation for Juniors and their Parents/Guardians
You can a request a letter of recommendation from your counselor by filling out the Google form linked here:
Don’t be afraid to “brag” about yourself a little! Your counselor will use this information to recommend you for scholarships, college admissions, summer programs, and other honors/awards. Letters of recommendation need to be requested 2-3 weeks in advance of when they are needed.
Student athletes must be enrolled in, and passing, five full classes to be eligible for sports. This includes the semester that you are participating in a sport and also the semester prior to your sports season.
Call 911 if you fear you or someone else is in immediate danger
Call or text 988 for 24/7 Suicide and Crisis Line
24/7 Deschutes County Crisis Line 541-322-7500 ext. 9
24/7 Oregon Youthline at 1-877-968-8491
24/7 TrevorLifeline (LGBTQ specific) 1-866-488-7386
24/7 Walk-in Crisis Services at the Deschutes County Stabilization Center (63311 Jamison Street, Bend)
Other Mental Health Resources:
The Bend-La Pine School District Student Mental Health webpage includes information to help connect students and families with mental health resources, including help lines, free counseling resources, tips for families and more.
Bend-La Pine Schools partnered with Care Solace to support the well-being of students, staff, and their family members. Care Solace is a complimentary and confidential care coordination service that can help you quickly find mental health or substance use treatment options matched to your needs regardless of circumstance. If you would like to use Care Solace to help you find a provider you can call 1-888-515-0595 (available 24/7/365 in any language) or visit the Care Solace website and either search on your own or click "book appointment" for assistance by video chat, email, or phone.
In collaboration with Bend-La Pine School District, Trillium Family Services is able to provide effective mental health services to students enrolled at Mountain View High School. Find more information here and connect with your student's school counselor to inquire about a referral.
The Mental Health Provider Directory is intended as a local resource list with providers who can help individuals with a variety of mental health challenges such as anxiety, depression, suicidal ideation, eating disorders, substance use disorders and more. The list is offered voluntarily by providers themselves. Deschutes County Health Services and Bend-La Pine Schools do not endorse any providers listed here. Please make sure to research potential providers and contact them directly with any questions you may have.
We recommend families and students download the First Step app on their phones. It is our hope that families will spend a few minutes familiarizing themselves with this updated tool and talking to their children about it. Inside First Step you will find resources like, “3 Ways to Help a Friend,” “Getting Through Today,” contacts for free counseling and two featured resources: SafeOregon and YouthLine. SafeOregon is a tool that students and families can use to report anything from vandalism to theft to cyberbullying via text or phone, email, or online. SafeOregon and YouthLine apps are automatically dowloaded on all student iPads.
Monday to Friday
8:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. or by appointment
Mon, Wed and Fri from 8:00 a.m. to 3:30 p.m.
If you have questions about College Visits, Careers and your future, please visit our Careers and College page.