Counseling and Career Center

                                                                    Counseling Office: (480) 472-6917

                                                     Mountain View Counseling Department Vision: Students are inspired to reach their full potential.

                   Mountain View Counseling Department Mission: Mountain View Counselors will deliver an educational program while advocating for the social,                         emotional, and academic needs of our school community. Counselors will foster a supportive and inclusive environment that encourages student growth.

Graduated Seniors Applying to Colleges and Universities

Please remember when you are requesting final transcripts from Parchment to click on "hold for grades". It is extremely important that you do this so that the colleges and universities you are applying to receive the correct and FINAL transcript which will not be ready until the middle of June.

Parchment Take Two

Your grade level is determined by the amount of credits you have at the beginning of the school year.

Sophomore = 5 credits

Junior = 11 credits

Senior = 16 credits

Click the button above, call 2-1-1, or visit the Help Book for information on one-on-one counseling, group counseling, teen lifeline, safe place, domestic violence, drug and alcohol abuse, crisis assistance, food, shelter and clothing help, parenting resources, and more. 

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Career Center News 5-21-20

Congratulations to the Class of 2020

Congratulations to all our graduating seniors!!! 

We at Mountain View are very proud of all your accomplishments, contributions to Mountain View and how resilient you were in the face of unexpected and unprecedented change!!  We wish you success in all that you pursue in the future!!

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Career Center News 5-15-20

ASU Science and Engineering Experience - SCENE

SCENE provides 10th-12th grade students the opportunity to be a professional scientist by designing and conducting an original research project. Students who are seriously considering a career in science or engineering are strongly encouraged to apply.

SCENE is a continuation of a program created by the Southwest Center for Education and the Natural Environment. Since 1998, more than 200 students from Valley high schools have participated in SCENE.

The application deadline is July 31st each year. Late submissions will not be accepted!

To learn more about SCENE and to apply visit:



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