Mountain View High SchoolAs we continue to partner in the community, we have established a growing relationship with Mountain View Alternative High School. MVHS provides an environment for students to flourish while facing challenges in their lives outside the classroom.

CPC comes alongside the staff and student body in various ways. We provide scholarships to enable graduates to pursue education beyond high school. The CPC Community Service Scholarship ($1,750) honors recipients who display a caring heart by contributing to the community through volunteer service. We assist with service learning opportunities to engage the students to serve the community. CPC also responds to specific needs as they arise.

MVHS offers programs designed to help students whose life circumstances often result in interrupted schooling. This adult/alternative high school population consists of students who may be pregnant or parenting, English Language Learners, older students who are returning to finish their high school graduation requirements and students who need a flexible or extended program to accommodate their work or family situations.

Our 2012 Advent Conspiracy campaign benefited Mountain View students:

FRESH START Update for week of August 18

FRESH START Update Complete this past week Painting throughout the classrooms and most halls of the church Upgrading technology in classrooms Staging for 206 Furniture in all areas Office area reconfigured Added bathroom in new Nursery/toddler room Repair all movable walls in 206 (3-day project) Built new wall in 206...

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Mountain View Opportunity

Mountain View High School has offered donated Panera items every Friday morning for 12 years.  This was a relationship/community building experience for our staff and students as we enjoyed bagels, croissants, cookies, and coffee on an informal basis. It is believed that it encourages attendance as well.  We are being...

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Fresh Start Update week of August 11

This week as the painting continues throughout the building, we anticipate the laying of our carpets and tile next. As this is going on, the Worship Center project begins this week.  The projectors, screens and all the wiring will be updated to accommodate the latest technology. Check here to see...

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Fresh Start Update 08/04. With the staff offices all moved out, the painting has been completed in the NEW Nursery and Toddler rooms. We have moved into the rooms and will be updating with carpet and furnishings over the next few weeks. The OLD Nursery and Toddler rooms are in...

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FRESH START Update 0728

FRESH START (FS) Update 0728 It is so exciting to share with you what projects are in process: Session and the Strategic Planning Team have come together to appoint a team to approve the plan and expenses. The Fresh Start (FS) Approval team includes the following members: Mike Kershner –...

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In Our Own Voice

  Centreville Presbyterian Church & NAMI  sponsored event: “Cancer!”  It wasn’t that long ago that people would avoid using the “C” word despite the prevalence and varieties of this illness.   Thankfully, this has changed! Sadly, we still don’t speak very openly about the reality and prevalence of mental health conditions....

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Back Pack Needs

This year WFCM has requested CPC’s assistance in providing a backpack to Bull Run ES. Currently, we need 37 smaller packs for Kindergarten – 2nd grades. The school has indicated that children like characters and little kid patterns on their packs.  Please see the display in the lobby for suggestions. We continue to...

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FRESH START -Weekly Update

What is happening with the next step for our FRESH START ?   We have moved offices of staff so that we can clean out where the “new and improved” nursery and toddler rooms will be painting and carpet beginning July 22. We will be updating our progress each week. ...

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What are Stephen Ministers?

Stephen Ministers are Christian laypeople trained to provide one-to-one care to people experiencing a life crisis. Stephen Ministers meet weekly with their care receivers to provide emotional and spiritual support. The caring relationship lasts as long as care is needed. Read the Story of how one woman’s life changed because of her Stephen Minister. If...

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