We offer over 50 AP/Dual Enrollment/Honors courses. Take advantage of these courses to academically challenge yourself and start earning college credit in high school.
Leading the Way......
Biomedical Science, Engineering and The Academy of Entrepreneurship are three programs taught exclusively at Mountain Ridge. Please click the link for more information.
Scores, schedules, camps, team and physicals information can all be found on our separate athletics page.
Our arts programs have received recognition for performance excellence at the local, state and national level.
Click the link for a virtual tour of our school.
Mountain Ridge High School22800 North 67th AvenueGlendale, Arizona 85310PrincipalDavid VinesAssistant PrincipalsJeremy HendrixAnthony MillerPaul StraussElizabeth Harris - DeanMain Phone623-376-3000Fax Number623-376-3080Attendance[If you are not able to do the form,you can call 623-376-3090]NurseKimberly.Reichert@dvusd.org623-376-3010Office Hours: 7:15-2:45, M-FSafe School Hotline623-376-3262Officer Flanagin - SRO623-376-3009Main Office Hours7:00 am to 3:30 pmCounseling/Library Hours7:00 am to 3:00 pmBookstore Hours7:00am-3:00pm, Mon, Tues, Thur, Fri(Closed for lunch 12:30pm-1:15pm)7:00am-12:30pm, WedsRecords Request
Summer Office Hours
Monday - Thursday Schedule
Congratulations Mr. Samaniego!
Mountain Ridge's Jeff "Mr. Sam" Samaniego named 2023 ACTEAZ Teacher Community Service Award Winner!
AP and Honors Summer Assignments
If you are taking AP or Honors courses for next year, please click this link to determine if your course requires summer work.
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From Our Principal
Meet Mr. Vines
Dear Mountain Ridge High School Community,
As principal of Mountain Ridge High School, I would like to welcome you to the 2022-2023 school year, and I am honored to lead a school with such a rich tradition of excellence. I am excited for the learning that will take place this year. I enjoy interacting with students, and I love to see them find future success in their learning both in high school and in their education and careers after high school.
I believe that all schools should prioritize three areas: student safety, student success, and creating life-long learners among all students and school staff. For students to learn, they must feel safe at school, both in the classroom and around the school campus. With a safe and productive learning environment, students and teachers will optimize their time at school, and parents and community members will feel comfortable communicating and building relationships at Mountain Ridge. This will lead students, teachers, and staff members to continue their focus on student growth and achievement. Student success is rooted in creating life-long learners who develop the ability to self-reflect on their own progress, allowing them to adapt and communicate with teachers, staff members, and parents to make gains in their learning. In the same manner, teachers will continue to self-reflect, communicate, and collaborate with students, parents, and other teachers to help students achieve their highest level of success.
I look forward to an amazing school year and to being a part of your student’s future success at Mountain Ridge!
Mr. David Vines
Principal Mountain Ridge High School