Mountain View High School isn’t an ordinary high school. There, students can pursue culinary arts and cosmetology curriculum as well as earn college credits through an International Baccalaureate program.
The shared 150-acre campus is home to a two-story-high school with 1,800 student stations and integrated wireless throughout, sports fields and a football and soccer complex as well as field hockey and lacrosse complex.
Beyond creating an educational home for 1,800 students, the project also marked several key milestones. It was the first high school in the state to be awarded and constructed utilizing the Public-Private Education Act. It was also the first Stafford County Public School to be built incorporating wireless technology.
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