Who We Are
We are committed parents, neighbors, business people and advocates for educational excellence. We raise funds to support essential academic programs which foster student success in Mountain View and Los Altos High Schools.
2013 Short Subject Videos>
- Gifts of stock
- PSAT overview
- Tutorial centers
- Class size reduction
Parent Education Speaker Series
MVLA Foundation co-sponsors a Parent Education Speaker Series. View the exciting line-up of speakers planned for this upcoming winter/spring.
Our District Schools
Go to the District website for information about our schools:
Glenn Goldberg Honored
Both community education foundations (MVLA and LAEF) were excited to honor Glenn Goldberg for his committed service and leadership. Board members were on-hand for his recognition at the Los Altos Community Foundation's Annual John Gardner Awards Dinner held on April 3rd at the Fremont Hills Country Club.Glenn Goldberg and Mary Crum at the December Email-a-thon
and holiday party (hence the festive hats)
As an active board member for almost two decades, and in roles as varied as President and Chief Technology Officer, Glenn has been instrumental in our efforts to raise millions of dollars for essential programs in our public schools. Glenn has spent countless hours fundraising, leading groups of volunteers, stewarding donors and mentoring new leaders to strengthen and invigorate our community.
Honor Roll of Realtors
Many thanks to the 2013 Honor Roll of Realtors who have generously donated to enable our local schools to afford academic and enrichment programs that would otherwise not be possible. Their personal commitment to education in our community deserves our thanks and support. We ask you to "support the Realtors who support our schools!"
The Honor Roll of Realtors is a program that was developed in partnership with the Los Altos Educational Foundation (LAEF). The MVLA High School Foundation provides a valuable support structure to help high school students succeed, including college and career counseling, tutorial centers and extended library hours. Both Foundations contribute to class-size reduction.