Alumni

MVC alumni are valued members of our school family, regardless of whether they graduated last May or are heading back to campus to for their 50-year reunion. Our goal is to stay in touch over the long haul - to celebrate marriages and births, to applaud professional and educational accomplishments, and to pay tribute to the vibrant heritage we share as Mustangs.

Monte Vista Christian is pleased to announce the creation of the Mustang Ring of Honor. The Mustang Ring of Honor will acknowledge and celebrate former Mustang athletes, coaches, and other major athletic program contributors. It is our desire to induct new members into the Mustang Ring of Honor each year during our Homecoming football game as part of Homecoming festivities.

Please see the criteria listed below which indicates the different options for nominations. Our Mustang family is thrilled to hear about all of the extraordinary things our former Mustang athletes are doing in their communities.

Athlete Nomination
Must meet at least two of the following criteria:

  1. Participated in high school athletics at MVC, then went on to collegiate and/or professional athletics;

  2. Contributed to Mustang athletics success, their college athletics program’s success, and/or their professional athletic program’s success in a profound way;

  3. Set personal/team records and/or won championships;

  4. Reflects the MVC Pillars of Success:
    Plays for God
    Fight as One
    Finish Strong
    Be Fearless
    Never Settle
    Play to Win
    Be Humble
    Strive for Excellence

  5. In good standing with MVC and their current community.
Coach Nomination
Must meet at least two of the following criteria:

  1. Coached high school, college, and/or professional athletics;

  2. Contributed to the Mustang athletics program, college athletics programs, and/or professional athletic programs in a profound way;

  3. Set records, won championships, and achieved personal/program accolades at MVC, their college program, and/or at the professional level;

  4. Reflects the MVC Pillars of Success:
    Plays for God
    Fight as One
    Finish Strong
    Be Fearless
    Never Settle
    Play to Win
    Be Humble
    Strive for Excellence

  5. In good standing with MVC and their current community
Major Contributor MVC’s, Personal or Community Success Must meet at least two of the following criteria:

  1. Contributed to the MVC athletics program, their college athletics program, and/or their professional athletic program in a profound way;

  2. Reflects the MVC Pillars of Success:
    Plays for God
    Fight as One
    Finish Strong
    Be Fearless
    Never Settle
    Play to Win
    Be Humble
    Strive for Excellence

  3. In good standing with MVC and their current community;

  4. Played a significant role in the direction, program, and/or support of MVC Athletics.

To nominate someone for the Mustang Ring of Honor click here.

To celebrate and remember former Mustang student-athletes, coaches, or major contributors to the athletic program, please submit a nomination by filling out this form. The deadline for nominations for the Homecoming 2019 induction is March 1, 2019.

Please contact Ryan Van Den Heuvel at ryanvandenheuvel@mvcs.org with any questions.


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Questions and/or updates?

Nikki Daniels
Assistant Head of School for Advancement
nikkidaniels@mvcs.org
831-768-6111