Mountain Brook High School (MBHS) is a three-year public high school within the city of Mountain Brook, Alabama, a residential area of Birmingham, with approximately 20,600 residents. It is the lone high school in the Mountain Brook School System and is situated on 25 acres (100,000 m2) of land.

1280px-Mbhs2008renovation[1]Mountain Brook High School serves grades 1012 and enrolled 1004 students during the 2007-2008 school year. The MBHS administration comprises principal Amanda Hood along with assistant principals Lisa Walters and Jeremy Crigger. Hood served as principal at Mountain Brook Junior High for a year before becoming principal at the High School, replacing Vic Wilson, who left Mountain Brook to become the superintendent of Harselle City Schools. Mountain Brook High School colors are green and gold and the athletic teams are called the Spartans.

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