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Mountainview’s curriculum is based on an American system with a Christian foundation, an intentional integration of the biblical worldview within all content areas, and uses materials from both Christian and secular publishers. The United States’ Common Core State Standards are used to guide learning objectives in English / Language Arts and Mathematics. The Next Generation Science Standards contain the learning objectives for science courses. The framework for social studies’ learning objectives is based on the Aero Social Studies Standards. In addition to the core curriculum of English, Math, Science, Social Studies and the Bible, we offer fine arts, physical education, computer and various elective classes to broaden our students’ knowledge and experience.  

The academic program is organized on a rotating block schedule. Students take six 85-minute block classes and two 50-minute classes. Students attend three block classes and the regular class daily. Block classes are year-long; each block class meets every other day. Block scheduling was instituted in 2012.

One of our “distinctives” at Mountainview states that we will always seek to prepare students for entry into English-instruction higher educational systems. 


MCS offers AP courses on a rotation based on the student body's needs. For the 2023-24 school year, MCS will offer AP classes in three major content areas: Math, English, and Social Studies. AP Literature, open to Seniors, in place of Senior English for qualifying students. AP Human Geography is available to grades 10-12 as an elective. AP Calculus is open to qualifying juniors and seniors.


Mountainview seeks to foster the following attitudes and behavior in all of their interactions with students—in the classroom, in extracurricular activities and in disciplinary and counseling situations. We desire that each student will learn…

  1. To have an awareness of his/her identity in Christ, with an appreciation of his/her own culture, racial background, and family.
  2. To have sensitivity and respect for others, their background, abilities, and values.
  3. To attain self-discipline and a sense of responsibility for his choices and actions.
  4. To develop the ability to think logically for himself/herself, neither blindly accepting nor emotionally rejecting what he/she is taught.
  5. To understand the principles of Christian truth and to find a personal relationship with Jesus Christ.
  6. To desire knowledge, to enjoy discovery, and to search for truth in all areas of life.
  7. To feel appreciation and some responsibility for the physical world in which we live.
  8. To master the English language sufficiently to be able to communicate his/her own ideas effectively.
  9. To gain a broader perspective of time and places through literature and history.
  10. To gain mastery of a certain amount of math and the other tools of science through which he/she can discover and understand more of our physical universe.
  11. To develop some satisfaction in creativity through art, music, writing and appreciation of the artistic work of others.
  12. To develop foundations on which he/she can build to earn a living and contribute something worthwhile to his world.