Students: 250 | Faculty: N/A | Grades: 6-12 | Gender: Coed
Monte Vista Christian School
Monte Vista Christian School is a private Christian day and boarding high school in Watsonville, California. The school was founded in 1926 and offers coursework accredited by the WASC, the ACSI, and the ACTS for co-ed students from grades 6-12.
Competitive teams compete in the Monterey Bay League in football, soccer, volleyball, basketball, wrestling, baseball, tennis, golf, cross country, swimming, and softball. Equestrian is also offered and an Equestrian Summer Camp is run on campus.
Tuition for a year is $37,760 for domestic resident students, and is $40,130 for international students.
The school’s almost 100 rural acres are home to 769 resident and day students whose mascot is the mustang, symbolic of the strong horse culture of the region.
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