PHOTOS: Dodgeball Tournament

Dodgeball is the first official event of Homecoming Week. Teams of various genders and grades sign up to battle it out to win the tournament for their class. This year, the junior and sophomore teams made it all the way to the finals, with the sophomores snagging the win. Photos by: Emma Friesen, Michael Place, […]


PHOTOS: Homecoming Opening Assembly

Mountain Vista’s 2016 homecoming week kicked off today with the opening assembly. Students participated in games and homecoming royalty nominees were announced. The Twitter and Instagram hashtags for the week are #MVHoco16 and #RoadTripAcrossTheUSA Photos by Gabe Barnard, Caitlin English, Staci Prevato, Claire VanDeStouwe and Mikayla Olave


Photo Gallery: What’s Happening In Family and Consumer Studies (FACS)

//ANDIE SRDOC//   Fashion Design: The students just finished up with their time eras projects where they recreated outfits from different periods of the 1900s. Personal Finance: The students had a mock interview and used the resumes they created in class as guidelines to “get a job.” Catering 1: This week the students cooked handmade […]


Interact Club Interview With Club President Bradley Bishop

//ADDISYN HARTMAN// Sophomore Bradley Bishop is the president of Interact Club, a volunteering club at Mountain Vista. “It’s a lot of fun, I get to work with everybody and what they think. We add new ideas all the time,” Bishop said. “Interact is a club where we help out the community by doing tasks like […]


Book Club Returns For Another Year

//ANDIE SRDOC// Book Club is a club for students of all ages who love to read. It is co-sponsored by Julie Jacobs, the school librarian and Kim Cox, the head of the Family and Consumer Studies (FACS) department. The meetings, however, are run by two officers who are students at the school. The officers this […]


Why Not Take A Music Class?

//Morgan Maclean// In Feb., students at Mountain Vista pick their classes for the upcoming year. Every year students pick between many core classes and even more elective classes.  Many students have a hard time choosing what their three elective periods should be. Many would suggest making one of these electives a music class. High school […]