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Study Buddy Tutoring
Having trouble in class or excited to pass your knowledge to others? "We get by with a little help from our friends..." Apply to receive tutoring through Study Buddies or provide tutoring.
Join the PTSA!
Monta Vista is made even greater with the generous support of our Parent Teacher Student Association (PTSA). Consider joining this altruistic organization that provides supplies, grants and scholarships, contributes to policy, and shapes discussions about important topics to our kids, parents, and staff. You can learn more about the PTSA or click here to join.
Common Core Info
What is the Common Core? What does it mean for day-to-day teaching and learning? Whether you are a teacher, parent, or student, you may want to visit the FUHSD Common Core Info Page to learn more about the Common Core State Standards.
Blue Ribbon School
Monta Vista has been named a National Blue Ribbon School. Only three high schools in the state of California were awarded this honor in 2014. To learn more about the program, follow this link to the US Department of Education website, view the List of Selected Schools, or see the Blue Ribbon Info Page.
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Graduation is Coming!

Graduation is on Friday, June 1st, 2018 at 9:30 AM on Charles Morrill Field (football field). Seniors will arrive no later than 8:45 AM. Diploma pickup will be after the ceremony and no later than 11:45 AM.

Seniors, there are strict rules about attire, cords, and what you can bring with you to graduation. See these rules, here.

Tickets to the ceremony will be distributed at Senior checkout on Friday, May 25th. Seniors will receive six printed tickets. You must have a ticket to be admitted to the graduation ceremony. Seating will be limited so we recommend that you arrive early. The gates to the football field will be open no earlier than 8:15 AM on the morning of graduation. The number of tickets distributed is not determined by the seating capacity of our bleachers. Once the seating is determined to be filled to capacity, guests will need to stand around the edge fencing during the ceremony.

The Student Parking Lot will be available for parking on a first come first serve basis. Once it is full, the lot will be closed. Handicapped parking will be available in the student lot. A shuttle service will be provided from the handicapped parking spaces in the Student Lot to the stadium for those in need of assistant until 9:15 on the morning of graduation. The Bus Circle in the front of the school will only be used as a drop off point. Parents and guests will not be allowed to park in the bus circle. The Staff Lots will be used to accommodate carpools of three or more people. Cars displaying this parking permit can park on these streets between 7 AM and 12 PM on the day of graduation: Byrne Ave., Dolores Ave., Fort Baker Dr., Hyannisport Dr., Imperial Ave., Madrid Rd., McClellan Rd., New Haven Ct., Noonan Ct., Old Town Ct., Orange Ave., Presidio Dr., Santa Teresa Dr., Shattuck Dr., Wilkinson Ave.
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Mental Health Awareness Fair

The City of San Jose is holding an event with the Youth Commission on June 3rd from 1:30 to 4:00 p.m at Rainbow Park (1101 Donington Dr, San Jose, CA 95129). The Mental Health Awareness Fair has a mission to educate the community on mental health and resources around to help mitigate the effects. Don’t forget to bring your picnic mat! Make new friends and talk to amazing organizations such as AACI, NAMI, Bill Wilson Homelessness Center, Stanford Mental Health, Momentum Health. There will also be amazing speakers talking about mental health, music, and yoga towards the event to provide ultimate relaxation. For more information, see this flier or register at this Eventbrite page.
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Shop for Monta Vista gear including ASB Cards, PE Uniforms, t-shirts, and more. You can also place an order for your OFFICIAL TRANSCRIPT. If you are a Senior you can also place an order for your SSR’s (Secondary School Reports) at the online store. Explore all of the options at MVHS's online store. Happy shopping!

The new Monta Vista athletics Instagram is up and running. Follow us here for pics, videos, scores, updates and more!

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To view important dates of the 2017-18 Academic Year including vacation and progress reports, see the School Calendar 2017-2018.
Semester 2 Finals Schedule
2018 Semester Two Finals Schedule has been created. Click through the image below for a closer look.
2018-2019 School Schedule Approved
Monta Vista has approved a new two-block schedule that starts school a bit later in the morning and has more tutorial time. Check out the new schedule here, that starts in August of 2018.
Newsweek Top 500 Schools - #18
Newsweek has published a list of the top 500 high schools in 2016. MV is ranked at #18 based upon a formula which includes graduation rates, college enrollment rates, AP/ACT/SAT participation and scores, and the number of counselors at a school. Way to go, Mats!