The Mountain Valley Conference
Welcome to the Mountain Valley Conference web site. Established in 1964, the charter members were Farmington High School, Gould Academy, Hall-Dale High School, Jay High School, Livermore Falls High School, Mexico High School, and Wilton Academy. We have gone through several changes over the years, and we presently have a 14-school membership.
The purpose of the Mountain Valley Conference is to promote a spirit of friendly, cooperative relations among themselves in all aspects of school programs. We also wish to provide a forum for the exchange of ideas concerning the curricular as well as the extra-curricular activities of our schools.
2019-20 League Officers:
President: Joel Stoneton
Vice President: Chris Leblanc
Secretary/Treasurer: Gail Wight
Historian: Chris Leblanc
April 1964: Conference established with the following members: Farmington High School, Gould Academy, Hall-Dale High School, Jay High School, Livermore Falls High School, Mexico High School, and Wilton Academy.
October 1970: The league was expanded to the following ten teams:
Hall Dale High School 4/64
Jay High School 4/64
Livermore Falls High School 4/64
Mexico High School 4/64
Winthrop High School 9/65
Messalonskee High School 9/66
Lisbon High School 9/67
Telstar High School 9/68
Leavitt Area High School 1/69
Monmouth Academy 10/70
March 1973: The league was expanded to 12 teams, to include the following:
Madison High School 9/73
Mt. Abram High School 9/73
February 1996: The league was expanded to 14 teams, to include the following:
Boothbay Regional High School 2/96
Hall-Dale High School 2/96
Georges Valley High School 2/96
Wiscasset High School 2/98
May 1999: Leavitt Area High School left the league September 2001. The league expanded to 15 teams, to include the following: Monmouth Academy 9/01
April 2009: The league expanded to 16 teams, to include the following:
St. Dominic 4/09
June 2011: Dues were raised from $100 to $300 annually.
August 2011: Georges Valley High School left the league. Jay and Livermore Falls combine to form Spruce Mountain High School and remain in the MVC.
June 2012: Dues were raised from $300 to $500 annually.
August 2012: The league was expanded to 15 schools, to include Oak Hill High School
July 2014: Spruce Mountain High School leaves the conference to join the Kennebec Valley Athletic Conference.
July 2016: St. Dominic's leaves the conference to rejoin the Western Maine Athletic Conference.
July 2017: Spruce Mountain High School rejoins the Mountain Valley Conference.
Current membership is 14 schools.