Auburn Mountainview High School, a senior high school in Auburn, Washington, United States
Camp Mountainview, a Salvation Army camp near Houston in British Columbia, Canada
Mountainview College, a community of residence halls at Binghamton University
Mountainview High School, a co-educational state high school in Timaru, New Zealand
Mountainview International Christian School, a private, Christian, international school located in Salatiga, Central Java, Indonesia
Mountainview Montessori School, a public elementary school in Surrey, British Columbia, Canada
Mountainview (electoral district), a territorial district in the Yukon.
Mountainview, Mercer County, New Jersey, an unincorporated community in the United States.
Construction of Auburn Mountainview began in 2004 in the Lea Hill area of Auburn, Washington. The school was built to relieve overcrowding of the district's other two main high schools, Auburn Senior High School and Auburn Riverside High School. Mountainview opened its doors to the community in the fall of 2005. Nearby Rainier Middle School is the primary feeder school with a small number from Cascade Middle School as well as some Kent area students. The school is close to the Auburn-Kent border. Because of perennial troubles with overcrowding in many Kent schools, about 40% of the Auburn Mountainview student population is made up of Kent area students.
Mountainview High School was founded in 1901 and originally named Timaru Technical College, later Timaru College. In 1983 the school relocated to the current Pages Road site and was renamed Mountainview High School. The Timaru Technical College site became Aoraki Polytechnic.
An adjacent site was also purchased by the Ministry of Education for a new 'Timaru North Intermediate' to coincide with Watlington Intermediate in the south of Timaru. After school numbers began to decline the plan was abandoned, and Watlington Intermediate closed in late 2004.
In 2005, Mountainview faced a merger alongside many other secondary schools within the proximity of the South Canterbury District due to educational changes as discussed with Education Minister of New Zealand, Trevor Mallard. Despite the unpopularity of this decision to close down schools to save taxpayer money, many had to comply with governing rule. This resulted in students from other secondary schools (namely Pleasant Point High School) to transfer to Mountainview and integrate with the students already in attendance at Mountainview High School.
Mountainview cost $5.1 million to build. It was opened in April 1996 under the direction of founding principal, Kathy Wolfson. Wolfson left Mountainview on December 2005, on retirement. Christine Hamlin replaced Kathy Wolfson as principal on January 9, 2005. In June 10, 2011, a new principal, Mrs. Demsher from Bridgeport Elementary went to Mountainview because Christine Hamlin got promoted. The current vice principal is Dr. Vahooney.