The School of Education (SOE) draws on the facilities of the college to prepare teachers for basic education of the country and of the church (the elementary and secondary schools). It offers two programs of study that total eight degrees which are the following:
Bachelor of Elementary Education (BEEd)
Bachelor of Secondary Education (BSEd)
major in Sciences, major in English, major in Mathematics, major in Social Studies, and major in Values Education
Bachelor of Physical Education
The School of Education of Mountain View College believes in Jesus Christ, the True Model of excellence in educating humanity.
We are 21st Century Christ-centered Adventist educators dedicated to excellent service.
The School of Education of Mountain View College inspires self-motivated learners to obtain research-based knowledge, values and skills through peer-assisted activities, teacher-facilitated instructions, and passionate community services based on the ideals of Adventists.
In harmony with its Philosophy, Vision and Mission, the School of Education of Mountain View College is committed to educate individuals to:
Skillful in self-expression and technical aspects of teaching such as planning implementing and evaluating the curriculum.
Honed into intellectual professional and spiritual advancement and higher order thinking by being analytic, Critical, creative, metacognitive, and reflexive.
Innovative in performing duties in the workplace through being resourceful, efficient, effective, and technologically adept.
Noble in character by living the Adventist lifestyle.
Enthusiastic in relating with stakeholders by being a team player, considerate, and amiable.
Socially and environmentally accountable rooted in socio-cultural heritage, civic-mindedness, and glocally awareness.
School of Education
Mountain View College
College Heights, Mt. Nebo
Valencia City, 8709 Bukidnon
Leodegario L. Elona Jr.
+63917 163 0834
Mon – Thu 7:30A.M. – 5:00P.M.
Fri 7:30A.M. – 12:00NN