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Aerial view of Spartans staidum


On behalf of our coaches, athletic staff and student-athletes, we would like to welcome you to the Mountain View High Athletic program. We are excited to have the opportunity to work with you and wish you the very best as you represent the Spartan athletic family.
The athletic program of Mountain View High School is a dynamic integral part of our educational experience. It provides meaningful learning opportunities not otherwise offered in a classroom curriculum. It assists students in developing habits, attitudes, and ideals necessary for ethical competition and cooperation in our society. It also provides students with lifelong lessons in sportsmanship, teamwork, ethical behavior, perseverance, commitment, loyalty, self-discipline, pride, cooperation, responsibility, and leadership skills. We encourage all students to participate in athletics by offering a well-rounded program of interscholastic athletics for young men and women. 
Mountain View High School strives to hire experienced coaches, dedicated to educating student-athletes in developing individual skills, teamwork, good sportsmanship, and fair play. We prefer to recruit coaches from our faculty and staff. For coaches hired outside the school, every effort is made to integrate them into the entire school community. The same behavior expected of a teacher in the classroom is expected of all coaches during practices and games.

Sportsmanship is a top priority as we Pursue Victory with Honor. As members of the Mountain View High School athletic department, students, coaches, and parents are expected to demonstrate proper respect for each other, opponents, opposing coaches, teachers, officials, spectators, and the community. Student-athletes and coaches are expected to exhibit the highest level of conduct, both on and off the playing fields, as they are at all times a representative of their team, school, and community.

Finally, all team members are valuable, and each team needs to know that it can count on its members to be there. Often this means sacrificing social life, family trips, and other events, which come in conflict with the rigors of training and competition. Learning to make choices is one of the most valuable life lessons an athlete takes from a good athletic program. 

 Go Spartans!
Tim Lugo, CAA
Athletic Director