|Academy of Government and History||To support the AP and honors social studies classes and to provide enhanced civic education||Nancie Lindblom, C Helsel, L Ries, K Thrailkill|
|Auto Club||To work on various vehicles||Todd Guthrie|
|AVID Club||To promote AVID on campus and to provide a place for all the grade levels to engage in community service.||Tracie McMurray|
|Baseball Club||To provide students with an opportunity to play in an extracurricular activity on campus||Jesus Arzaga|
|Black Student Union||To promote collegiality among black students here at Mountain View High School. To learn about our culture and share that with others on campus.||Heather Land|
|Bring Change 2 Mind||To advocate for the acceptance of mental health issues and reduce stigma surrounding seeking help.||Monica Helseth|
|Crochet Club||Our purpose is to create a safe and fun environment to meet new people and learn how to crochet with each other.||Ms. Chupp|
|DECA||To assist students in developing leadership skills developing career interests in management entrepreneurship and finance.||Stacy Masciangelo|
|Drawing & Mural Club||Drawing - to allow students to explore their artistic style in a safe space. Mural- to create meaninful beautification to the MV Campus (can be for volunteer hours too.)||Heather Sharpe|
|Dungeons & Dragons Club||To play Dungeons and Dragons among experienced and new players||Corey Helsel|
|Educators Rising||To grow the pipeline of teachers in Arizona.||Erin Tarwater|
|Future Business Leaders of America||1. Develop competent, aggressive business leadership.
2. Strengthen the confidence of students in themselves and their work.
3. Create more interest in and understanding of American business enterprise.
4. Encourage members in the development of individual projects that contribute to the improvement of home and community.
5. Develop character, prepare for useful citizenship, foster patriotism.
6. Encourage and practice efficient money management.
7. Assist students in the establishment of occupational goals.
8. Facilitate the transition from school to work.
9. Encourage scholarship and promote school loyalty
|Girls Basketball||To instill a love of basketball and physical activity in teenage girls in the Mountain View Toros community.||Amanda Carson|
|HOSA Mountain View||CTSO for sports medicine. Educate and prepare future healthcare providers||Andy Cacchione|
|International Multicultural Association||Is to share different cultures and food for fun. :)||Shera Gilmore|
|Jewelry||To create jewelry.||Melissa Manganaro|
|Lego Star Wars Club||To bring peace, freedom, justice, and security to my new empire.||Dr. Farmer|
|Lit Mag (The Matador)||Create a student-run magazine publishing student art and creativity||Nick Maldonado|
|Lumberjocks||Provide opportunity for students to come in and build projects||Kevin Walters|
|Math Guild||To have FUN doing Math stuff||Randy Vogl and Kristen Zenhder|
|Mentoros||We provide a student to student tutoring program.||Shera Gilmore|
|Mesa STRENGTH Youth Council - Native American||Student Leadership||Michelle Disbrow - Mountain View|
|Mountain View Gingerbread House Making Club||To bring both the spirit of teamwork and Christmas through the construction of gingerbread houses.||Mrs. Burch|
|Mountain View Native American Heritage Club||To bring||Michelle Disbrow|
|National Honor Society||Develop leadership, promote scholarship and service||Bonnie Drain, Lianne Ries, Jenny Denton|
|NHS||Celebrates the achievements and and supporting the success of students. We do this with promoting service, character, scholarship, and citizenship.||Bonnie Drain|
|No Place for Hate||No Place for Hate serves to make Mountain View a safer and more inclusive place for all students, staff, and community members.||Rachel Thune Real, Sarah Keel, and Nick Maldonado|
|Pickleball Club||for people to learn and play pickleball||Amanda Carson|
|Pickleball Club||Give students the opportunity to join together and learn the game of pickleball.||Amanda Carson|
|Skills USA||Skill competitions and leadership training||Paul Chaisson|
|Skim Board Club||To learn how to skim board and go skim boarding. Learn how to make skim board.||Melissa Manganaro|
|Spanish Honors (Spanish Culture)||Promote the language and culture of Spanish. Includes Spanish Honor Society and Honor's Spanish trips.||Norton|
|Speech and Debate Team||To compete in interscholastic speech and debate competitions.||Meg Howell|
|Spiderman Club||To allow all lovers of Spiderman to properly demonstrate their love for the friendly neighborhood Spiderman.||Dr. Farmer|
|Sports Medicine||Sports Medicine||Andy Cacchione|
|Student Council||Plan and participate in school events; ie- Run the dances, Run the "Running With the Bulls" 5k sponsor, help with running the Blood Drive||Dr. Farmer|
|Student Involvement Club||Foster school spirit and provide an organization for those wishing to become more involved with the toro legacy||Señor Norton|
|The Skimboard Club||To educate oneself and others on the art of skim boarding and skim board making||Mellessa Manganaro|
|The Spanish Latino club||Spread Latino culture||Isabel Chavez|
|Toro Graphics||To give 2nd and 3rd year Graphic Design students printing and design experience with real world clients from around Mountain View campus and surrounding community.||Isaac Lundgren|
|Toro Skateboarding||To give community to students who skateboard||Erin Tarwater|
|Toro Theater Company||Create theatrical productions for the community.||Jeremy Selim|
|Touring Toros||Uplifting older people in the community with our music and spreading a good word for Mountain View performing arts in the community while giving our club members an opportunity to perform in front of people that they do not know.||Mason Schreiber|
|Ultimate Frisbee Club||To facilitate the growth and development of frisbee enthusiasts of all skill levels||Coach Doyle|
|We the People||To help raise funds for WE the People team competitions||Nancie Lindblom Lianne Ries|
|Yearbook||The create the 2023 MV yearbook||Landon Wrather|
|Youth and Government||To provide students with hands-on learning experiences that will help them understand the political process, develop communication skills, and become community leaders.||Steven Miner|