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Clubs and Activities

Mountain View High School offers a variety of activities to help enrich the educational experience at our school. Below you will find a description and contact person for each of our organizations. We encourage all of our students to participate in extra-curricular activities.

  • Academic Team

    Billy Jones - Room 1.502

    Academic Team: Here at Mountain View we practice weekly to prepare students to compete on all levels of difficulty from novice to Junior Varsity to Varsity. Competitions extend throughout the year and include local, county, district and state interactions. Students are encouraged to join our practices and improve their skills of knowledge, analysis, and deduction.
  • Art Club

    Jane Boyett - Room 1.303

    Art club provides students the opportunity to experiment with a variety of art media. Meetings are guided by student interest. They can work independently on their projects, but may also choose to collaborate with each other to create group projects. They are given teacher guidance with new materials and techniques. Art Club meets on the first Wednesday of every month, in Room 1.303 at 2:20. Meetings last for an hour.
  • Beta Club

    Tracey Fisher - Room 1.593

    The National Beta Club is the largest independent, non-profit, educational youth organization in America. Sophomore, Junior, and Senior Mountain View students with a 90% or better total grade average are invited to participate in the Mountain View High School Beta Club chapter at the start of each school year. Beta Club is an exciting way to get involved at Mountain View High School. You'll meet new people, make new friends and contribute your time, energy, and enthusiasm to benefit your community. Beta Club awards students national recognition for their high academic achievement while also equipping them to be the leaders of tomorrow. Mountain View Beta Club members participate in exciting and personally rewarding, community service and school-related activities.
  • Color Guard - Winter Guard

    William Owens - Band Room

    Color Guard and Winter Guard are activities that involves dance choreography with flag, rifle and saber choreography. The Color Guard performs with the MVHS marching band during half time of the varsity football games and also at fall marching band competitions. Auditions for fall color guard are usually held in April. Rehearsals begin in July and go through November. The winter guard is an indoor competitive group. Winter guard competitions are held at host high school gyms across the state. Auditions for winter guard are usually in October. Rehearsals begin in November and go through April.
  • Dance Team

    Lucie Ausburn & Kelsi Savage- Room 1.565

    The Mountain View Dance Team is a spirit organization performing at Girls and Boys Varsity Basketball home games as well as, school pep rallies, various community events, and local competitions throughout the year.  The Mountain View Dance Team performs hip-hop, pom, and jazz style routines.  Dance experience is preferred but not required.
  • DECA

    Andrea Barrett - Room 1.306  Website

    DECA is a co-curricular student organization designed to enhance the education of students with interest in marketing, management and entrepreneurship. DECA helps students to develop skills and competence for marketing careers, to build self–esteem, to experience leadership and to practice community service. Students have the opportunity to compete with DECA and earn scholarship money. For further information, please visit DECA.org.
  • Equestrian team/club

    Kristen Wilson- Room 1.535  Website

    • The Mountain View Equestrian Team is a club for students who have an interest in horses and the equestrian sport. The club consists of a competitive riding team as well as members who just want to learn more about horses. The team is coached by Marion Bickers at Sever Road Stables and involves both Western and English riding disciplines. The competitive team has the opportunity to ride in both informal shows and invitational meets sanctioned by the Riders Interscholastic Federation of North America (RIFNA). Students ride and compete against teams from local schools. All teams and individual riders involved have the opportunity to qualify and compete at state and national competitions. The goal is for the students to be recognized as athletes and teams just as other teams in their schools are.
    • Family, Career and Community leaders of america (FCCLA)

      Kristina Hesson- Room 1.368

    • Family, Career and Community Leaders of America is a nonprofit national career and technical student organization for young men and women in Family and Consumer Sciences education. Everyone is part of a family, and FCCLA is the only national Career and Technical Student Organization with the family as its central focus. Since 1945, FCCLA members have been making a difference in their families, careers, and communities by addressing important personal, work, and societal issues through Family and Consumer Sciences education. Today over 205,000 members in nearly 6,500 chapters are active in a network of associations in 50 states, including the Virgin Islands and Puerto Rico. Chapter projects focus on a variety of youth concerns, including teen pregnancy, parenting, family relationships, substance abuse, peer pressure, environment, nutrition and fitness, teen violence, and career exploration. Involvement in FCCLA offers members the opportunity to expand their leadership potential and develop skills for life -- planning, goal setting, problem solving, decision making, and interpersonal communication -- necessary in the home and workplace.
    • FCA - Fellowship of Christian Athletes

      Haley McDonald- Auditorium

      Fellowship of Christian Athletes provides an opportunity for students, athletes and teachers to get together for fellowship and worship. There will be Bible studies and social gatherings throughout the year. 
    • FBLA - future business leaders of america

      Marlena Booker - Room 1.397

      Future Business Leaders of America (FBLA) is a nonprofit student organization committed to preparing today’s students for success in business and is the largest student business organization in the world with more than 250,000 members. Georgia is also the largest FBLA chapter in the nation with over 20,000 members. Whether a freshman, sophomore, junior or senior you can join and enjoy FBLA activities. For further information visit FBLA.org.
    • French Club

      TBA- Room 1.474

      Purpose: To further the student's understanding and appreciation of the French language and culture through activities outside of the classroom. As a member of the French Club, we will have activities such as French movie days, trips to French restaurants, French game days, parties at the end of each semester and more! Eligibility: Anyone who is currently enrolled in a French class.
    • H.O.P.E

      Paige Betts - Room 1.464  Website

    • Hispanic Organization for the Promotion of Education.  This organization is nation wide with chapters in several states, also here in GCPS, where several high schools participate to help solve academic and social problems many Hispanic students face everyday.  The mission of HOPE is to increase the graduation rate among Hispanic high school students through leadership, education, and community service.
    • International Thespian Society

      Micki Ankiel- Room 1.238

      The International Thespian Society exists to promote excellence in high school theatre. The organization sponsors conferences, contest and awards for students who participate in their high school theatre programs. In order to join ITS a student must have earned 10 points from being involved in theatre and have experience being in one or two plays. The MVHS Drama Club is a feeder program for those interested in joining ITS, as well as a fun after school activity for anyone interested in acting and drama.
    • Junior Cabinet - Prom

      Jaime Claymore & Krista Herring - Room 1.476   Website

      The Junior Cabinet is responsible for planning prom and coordinating all Junior Class activities. Check the Junior Class Sponsor webpage often for updates concerning prom, junior dues, and class rings. Should you have any questions contact Jaime_Claymore@gwinnett.k12.ga.us.
    • Junior Classical League

      Jaime Claymore - Room 1.476  Website

      The National, Georgia and Mountain View Junior Classical League is a collection of organizations of middle school and high school students sponsored by the American Classical League. It is the largest Classical organization in the world today. Its purpose is to encourage an interest in and an appreciation of the language, literature, and culture of ancient Greece and Rome and to impart an understanding of the debt of our own culture to that of Classical antiquity.
    • Key club

      Joey Nunn & Heather Brindle

    • Majesty Step Team

      Shelly Tribble

      The purpose of the MV "Majesty" Step Team is to foster an active interest in the historical African-American art of stepping to promote diversity and encourage and inspire members towards innovation and success.  This club will engage in activities including fundraisers, group outings and performances.  With practice and team work, all members of the organization will be encouraged to increase their skill level in stepping, with camaraderie, enjoying yourself, and having fun.
    • Math Team

      Billy Jones - Room 1.554

      Math team is open to any student with an interest in mathematics. It provides students with an opportunity to improve their math skills, participate in competitions with students from other schools, and gain leadership experience. Practices also include preparation for SAT, ACT, state math exam, and National Math exam.
    • Mock Trial

      Jake Head - Room 1.420

      The Mock Trial competition team is made of up of 14 members who are want to work with volunteer teachers and attorneys to learn to present a case in court. They prepare presentations from case materials provided by the High School Mock Trial Committee from the Young Lawyers Association from the State Bar.
    • Model UN

      Jake Head - Room 1.420

      Model UN is a simulation of the UN General Assembly and other multilateral bodies. In Model UN, students step into the shoes of ambassadors from UN member states to debate current issues on the organization’s agenda. While playing their roles as ambassadors, student “delegates” make speeches, prepare draft resolutions, negotiate with allies and adversaries, resolve conflicts, and navigate the Model UN conference rules of procedure- all in the interest of mobilizing “international cooperation” to resolve problems that affect countries all over the world. This year's competition will be at Georgia Tech and will involve representing Gabon.  See Mr. Head or Mr. Jones for more details.
    • Mu alpha theta

      TBD - Room 1.554

      • Mu Alpha Theta is a national math honor society for students in grades 9-12.  Students must have a 3.0 GPA in their math courses to join.  We will have competitions and provide peer tutoring.  Meets in room 1.554 every other Monday after school from 2:15-2:50pm.
    • National Art Honor Society

      Jane Boyett - Room 1.303

      The National Art Honor Society is designed to recognize students who excel in the Visual Arts. Through group critiques, students will engage in open discussions about each other’s work. These discussions will lead to creative insights, and could result in collaborative works. They will be given feedback about their progress, and will utilize their time to improve specific areas of their portfolio. In addition to exploring new techniques, club members will participate in art-based community service. The projects will vary, based on student interest. Implementing artistic skills in assisting others is the overall mission of National Art Honor Society.  To maintain national membership, students are required to participate in at least 10 hours of community service throughout the year. Students are given opportunities to complete these hours with NAHS. Students who do not earn 10 hours of service will not receive an Honor cord for graduation.  The National Art Honor Society meets on the first Monday of every month, in room 1.303.  Meetings last for an hour.
    • Negotiating experiential territories

      Tracey Fisher - Room 1.481

      NET (Negotiating Experiential Territories) is a MVHS club designed to address concerns and issues that African American, Latino, and Asian American students encounter and through discussion determine resourceful and considerate approaches to generate pro-active results. Sophomore, Junior and Senior students are welcome to attend. Discussion topics will include (a) MVHS Advanced Placement classes want and need you! (b) What happens when you are the first in your family to go to college. (c) Writing a great college application essay. Meetings are twice monthly before school on the second and fourth Monday of each month from 6:50 a.m. to 7:10 a.m. Sophomore, junior, and senior students are eligible and invited to join who are enrolled at MVHS, and who have no out of school suspension incidents. Out of school suspension incidents void club participation. Mrs. Fisher is the club sponsor. Please contact her at Tracey_Fisher@gwinnett.k12.ga.us for additional information. All students are welcome.
    • NHS - National Honor Society

      Terry Nicholson - Room 1.578

      • The National Honor Society (NHS) are the nation's premier organizations established to recognize outstanding sophomore, junior, and senior high school students. More than just an honor roll, NHS honors those students who have demonstrated excellence in the areas of Scholarship, Leadership, Service, and Character.  Mountain View not only recognizes students for their accomplishments, but challenges them to develop further through active involvement in school activities and community service.

    • NHSDA - National Honor Society for Dance Arts

      Kris Kimmel - Room 1.006

      National Honor Society for Dance Arts is a club brought to Mountain View to promote and honor outstanding dance achievements. The club meets the first Wednesday of each month.  NHSDA hopes to encourage well-rounded dance artists to become leaders in their communities after high school graduation. Student membership is awarded on the basis of points earned for meritorious work in dance that meet the honor society's general guidelines. Each student must earn at least 30 points. NHSDA is in conjunction with Dance Club.
    • Relay for life  

      Darryl Colley - Room 1.424  Website

      Almost all of us have been touched by cancer in some way, so we've decided to make a difference by walking and raising money in the American Cancer Society Relay for Life event.  At the big Relay for Life Gwinnett County event, our team will camp overnight at the Gwinnett County Fair Grounds and take turns walking around the track to raise money  and awareness in an effort to help the American Cancer Society in the world's largest fight for more birthdays.  The actual relay event is a celebration of survivors and in honor of those who have passed away because of Cancer.  Our team meets 1-2 times per month to plan out various fundraising events to take place throughout the year and ending with the big night of Relay.
    • Science Team

      Billy Jones - Room 1.502

      Science Team/Science Olympiad: For those students with a keen interest in science, a career in medicine or engineering, or a desire to learn more about all areas of science, this club can meet all your needs. We prepare for competitions in the science area only (with mathematical support, of course). Competitions include buzzer use, group endeavors, and building events. Each competition focuses on one or more of these areas and students and faculty work together to make sure the practices and competitions are learning experiences as well as fun.  Preparation will include Science Olympiad, National Chemistry Exam, and other science related activities throughout the year.

      Sociedad Honoraria Hispánica (Spanish National Honor Society)

      Casey Emmanuel - Website

      An academic honor society focused on Spanish language excellence in secondary education. The goals of society include the promotion of the teaching and learning of Spanish at MVHS and in our community as well as recognition of achievement in Spanish studies. Society activities include a student tutoring program, Pulsera Project, National Spanish Exam, FLAG Spoken Language Contest, Hispanic Heritage Month, International Night and events to promote cultural awareness
    • Student Council

      Laura Droms & Casey Emmanuel Room 1.465  Website

      Student Council is an organization of student leaders whose primary focus is to represent their peers and act as a liaison between the students of Mountain View High School and the faculty and administration. This group of student leaders is responsible for planning student and community service activities throughout the year. In addition to planning activities, students participate in leadership lessons and attend conferences at the local school, state, regional, and national levels.
    • TSA Technology Student Association

      Darryl Colley - Room 1.360

      The mission of Georgia TSA is to prepare its membership to be successful leaders and responsible citizens in a technological society through co-curricular activities within the technology education program; which include communication, leadership, and competitive skill development in the classroom/laboratory environment.
    • Tri-M Music national honor society

      William Owens- Room 1.252

      • The Tri-M Music Honor Society is the international music honor society for middle/junior high and high school students. It is designed to recognize students for their academic and musical achievements, reward them for their accomplishments and service activities, and to inspire other students to excel at music and leadership. Through more than 5,500 chartered chapters, Tri-M has helped thousands of young people provide years of service through music in schools throughout the world.
      • Tri-M shares and supports the objectives of every dedicated music educator—to increase student and school involvement with music and to make a stronger and more unified school music program. Tri-M offers a complete system of rewards that helps inspire students and recognizes excellence in individuals and chapters. With this system, the society builds self-esteem and provides a channel of personal fulfillment. Students are invited to attend and must have an A in their current music course (Band, Chorus or Orchestra) and an overall B average in their other courses.