ANABELL AGRAMON: “My parents aren’t the richest people here but they made sure to take me to a better school since I was bullied all of my middle school years.”
I came to Mountain View when I was in 8th grade. It was new and my first private school I had ever gone to. In public school if you go to a private school you’re automatically a wimp or a loser, so I was already thinking bad about this school. But I got to know this school.
I am from Las Vegas, Nevada, born in Summerlin Hospital. I have been at Mountain View for four years now. I am a junior here. My parents aren’t the richest people here but they made sure to take me to a better school since I was bullied all of my middle school years. This school is small but I think that’s good because it gives us a better environment in our classrooms and we grow better relationships not just with the students but with everyone.
What’s unique about coming here is our ability to grow and become leaders. The staff is willing to work with you and they care about you. That’s something you won’t have at other schools.
I know our school is small and we don’t have a lot of students here, but we care about each other. We always strive to do our best. We’re not a bad bunch, we are Christian leaders. I do think families should give this school a try because you don’t know what you’re missing.