Who We Are
The Mountain View-Los Altos High School Foundation is a California Nonprofit Public Benefit 501(c)3 corporation. Its board of directors raises funds to support essential and innovative academic programs which benefit all students in Mountain View and Los Altos High Schools. Donations are tax deductible (Tax ID 94-2848246).
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- Gifts of Stock
- PSAT Overview
- Tutorial Centers
- Class Size Reduction
- College and Career Centers
- Learning in the Cloud
Parent Education Speaker Series
We co-sponsor a Parent Education Speaker Series. View the exciting line-up of speakers this past season.
Our District Schools
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Progress to Goal
We are getting closer to the end of the school year and to our $1.5M goal. Make a difference by supporting innovation and educational excellence. Click on Donate to make your contribution today.
Once upon a time it was a common refrain from parents "get off that computer and do your homework!" Today, the internet has opened up as a place for learning and collaboration, not just games and social media. The educational opportunities are limitless, but students need access and guidance to take advantage of these opportunities.
Your donation funds classroom cloud connectivity for all students. The Foundation made a $300K financial commitment which the district leveraged to apply for a grant from Google. Google matched the MVLA Foundation grant which allowed the high schools to accelerate its technology roll-out. Finally, the Tides Foundation joined and helped to fund charging stations as well.
The two schools are piloting slightly different programs this year. At Los Altos High, students can bring their own device (BYOD), or check out a Chromebook for the school year. At Mountain View High, Chromebooks are currently kept in the English and Social Studies classrooms for use during class time. Next year, MVHS will move toward the BYOD model.
"Learning in the Cloud" will help all of our students gain needed 21st century skills so they hit the ground running in college and the work force.
If you missed our March 31st Showcase event, watch this video of our students and teachers using digital devices and cloud learning in the classroom!