Annual General Assembly Alternative Schools Network
Wednesday, September 27, 2023


Principal: Craig Olenik
Head Teacher: Jordan Pender
Secretary: Nancy Trudel
Telephone: 514.483.3477
Fax: 514.483.3492
Location: From Villa Maria Metro Station, take Bus 103 West. Get off at the corner of Cote-St-Luc Road and Sunnybrook.
Grade Level: 7-10
Guidance Counsellor: Paola Borzone

Annual General Assembly Alternative Schools Network

We are pleased to invite you to attend the Annual General Assembly meeting for the election of members to the Governing Board as follows:

  • Date: Wednesday, September 27th 6:00 pm
  • Location: Mountainview School (7450 Cote St. Luc Road, H4W 1R1)

Kindly confirm your attendance with the school secretary of Mountainview High.

A governing board is responsible for matters concerning school budgets, school policies and is the primary consultative body for school board policies.

Click here to confirm your attendance

Educational Policies, Standards & Procedures

Standards and Procedures are official documents pertaining to the evaluation of student learning. They provide a summary of the evaluation criteria for each subject, and the period during which exams are scheduled.

About Us

Mountainview High School is dedicated to ensuring a safe environment, where students can find a passion to learn, work, and contribute meaningfully to society. Our staff is determined to help students discover their strengths, and work toward improving their points of weakness, as they discover their interests and their place in the world.


  • Help students achieve a positive attitude towards learning, work and social interactions throughout their lives.
  • Promote the academic, vocational, physical and social development of our students to the best of their abilities.
  • Focus on academic, vocational, physical and social educational achievement through consistent support and follow-up.
  • Promote the values of good citizenship as students fully integrate into the community.
  • Promote the values associated with healthy relationships.
  • Above all, promote a safe and peaceful school which respects the individual learning styles of each student where everyone is free to learn in an environment fostering these values.

Our Academic Programs

Preparation for Secondary Studies

The classes in this program are small and highly individualized, allowing students to progress at their own individual pace. Students in this program are formally assessed by their teachers who then develop an Individual Education Plan (IEP) for each student. The purpose of the IEPs is to meet the academic, emotional, and social needs of each respective student.

Work Oriented Training Program - Semi Skilled

This program is best suited for students that are interested in developing work skills and habits that will enable them to seek employment in the near future. The overarching goal of this program is to ensure that students are confident in their abilities so that they can be successful in the workplace, once they find work following the program.

School Highlights

  • Fine arts program
  • Wood carving workshops
  • Weekly hockey program

Mountainview News

Outreach Involvement

Photos from Mountainview

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