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Advanced Placement

Advanced Placement courses are rigorous, full-year college-level classes intended to prepare students for the highest level of college success. Each AP class ends with a national exam for university credit. If you are in an AP class, you take the AP exam.
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AVID, Advancement Via Individual Determination, is a schoolwide college and career readiness system. AVID’s mission is to close the opportunity gap by preparing all students for college and career readiness and success in a global society.
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Music Conservatory Program

Mesa Public Schools is excited to offer this new program and diploma designation which is aimed at those students wishing to pursue music as a career, or who wish to study music at an even deeper level. Upon successful completion of the program, students will receive the MPS Seal of Musical Excellence on their diploma.
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Paws & Peers

Mountain View is fortunate to have five therapy dogs on campus as part of Mesa Public Schools' Paws & Peers program. All of our dogs have gone through both obedience and therapy training as well as multiple evaluations to ensure that they are a good fit for a school campus.
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Service Learning

The purpose of MPS Service Learning is to encourage, support, and recognize service learning in all Mesa schools. Our mission is to engage all teachers and their students in meaningful community service experiences that teach and reinforce the curriculum.
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Mike Oliver

Mike Oliver, Principal

Landon Wrather

Landon Wrather, English Teacher

Chris Pavlovic

Chris Pavlovic, Math Teacher