High School

While I am confident that MVC is preparing my child for college, I think it is far more important that the school is preparing and empowering my child for life --
and that the view of life is eternal.

- MVC Parent

Students who complete the basic high school curriculum will be prepared to meet the entrance requirements of the University of California. A full range of advanced courses and co-curricular choices prepares students for the most selective colleges and universities. A variety of elective courses are available to enhance the students' educational experience.

Minimum Graduation Requirements


4 years: English I-IV


Languages other than English: 2 years of the same language (three recommended)


3 years (4 recommended): Algebra 1, Geometry and Algebra II


2 years (Bio and Chem)

Beginning with class of 2021: 3 years (Bio, Chem and one additional year)

Social Sciences

3 years: World History, Amer Gov/Econ and US History


2 years: Biblical Narrative I & II

Health & Exercise Science

1 year PE

1 year Health and Wellness


1 year

The full 2018-2019 Course List can be found here.

High School Schedules & Documents

HS Bulletin

HS Bulletin

Check here weekly for HS announcements.


Summer School

Registration for Summer School begins Monday, February 26.

Fill out the registration form, check in with your guidance counselor for approval & turn in the completed form & payment to the Business Office.

ASB Applications for 2018-19 School Year

ASB is a great opportunity for you to be a part of our school leadership.

ASB applications are now available to current 9th-11th grade students.

Please contact Mrs. Keathley or Mrs. Bartholomew for specific questions. Applications are due February 26.

Upcoming Events

February 23-24 - Spring Splay Performances

February 26 - ASB Applications Due

March 2-3 - Spring Play Performances

March 5 - Freshman Class Meeting During FLEX

March 8-10 - ACSI Musicale - Sacramento SS/CH/CC

Friday, Mar. 16 - End of 3rd Quarter

March 19 - ASB Elections (Extended Assembly)

March 21-24 - Senior Trip

March 25 - Sacred Concert (All Choirs)

Class Info

Seniors: We would like to get a photo for the yearbook of all seniors who have been at MVC since 6th grade. Please meet by the flagpole at the beginning of lunch on Wednesday, February 28. Spread the word!

Seniors: Bio & Diploma Forms were due on February 23. If you have not yet turned yours in, please email or deliver it to Mrs. Coleman in the ARC. If you do not know which college you will attend, leave that section blank and email Mrs. Coleman with that info once you have it.

Extra Info

Prom 2018

Prom will be held on April 14 from 7:00 pm - 10:00 pm at The Glass House in San Jose. The theme is Old Hollywood. Tickets go on sale online March 12. Check the HS Bulletin for the link to purchase them. Tickets will be non-transferable and you will not be able to sell them back to the school.

Collegiate Summer Programs
Are you looking to gain some collegiate level experience or earn college credit over the summer? Universities across the nation offer a wide range of diverse and exciting summer programs for high school students. We've compiled a list of some of the opportunities available to you.

NHS Clothing Drive

National Honor Society is promoting a campus-wide clothes drive with Hope’s Closet in Santa Cruz for families in need. There will be 5 labeled bins around campus with each bin representing a faculty member (Fenwick, Mr. Fleming, Williams, Gillig, Lindner) who has agreed to dress as a clown if their bin is filled. Bins will be out from February 20-March 6.

Athletic Events for the week of February 26

Lunch Menu
The MVCS Vista Newspaper

High School Bell Schedule

Flex Schedule

The normal bus schedule applies each day.

Normal school hours remain: 8:10-3:20 (Mon, ­ Thurs) and 8:10-1:45 (Fri).

9th GRADE: Attendance is taken 8:10 (Mon, Wed, ­ Fri) and 8:45 (Tues).

10-­12th GRADE: Attendance is taken at 8:10 on (Mon) and 8:45 (Tues, ­ Fri).


  • 1st period begins at 8:10. Flex is midday and has a variety of uses (goal­ setting, study time, periodic assemblies, academic help, announcements, prayer, etc.).
  • The Flex teacher helps students create goals and also checks in with students as they identify their own learning needs and create intervention plans (as needed).


  • Students use Flex for independent/collaborative learning (in supervised/designated areas) or even breakfast while teachers pursue professional development.
  • Families may enjoy late arrival as long as students are in 1st period by 8:45.


  • Students arrive for Flex at 8:10 (optional).
  • If 10-­12 students neither have appointments nor require extra help,they may enjoy late arrival to school as long as they are in 1st period by 8:45. If on campus before 8:45, they may choose to:
    • work independently/collaboratively in designated areas.
    • enjoy breakfast and/or socializing with friends in designated areas.
  • Teachers may require 10-­12th grade students to attend Flex(for a contracted time or until a goal is met) if student ­created intervention plans are not working.
  • All students (9-­12) can meet with teachers for:
    • tutoring, re­teaching, or one on one conferences (by appointment)
    • AP/Honors study sessions (by AP/Honors teacher arrangement) *To help 9th grade students successfully acclimate to High School, their Flex teachers offer extra structure, accountability, and support. In Flex, teachers and students build small communities of trust, help and care (academic, social, and spiritual). In second semester, 9th grade students may earn more freedom (and attend Flex less frequently) as they demonstrate increasing responsibility, maturity, and success.

2017-2018 Parent Student Handbook

Please review and be familiar with the MVC Parent Student Handbook.

Class of 2018 Senior Year Information

Student Parking Registration