Every school provides guidance and counseling services to all students. Read 324P - School Guidance and Counseling Programs.
The mission of the Millbrook High School Counseling Department is to provide a quality school counseling program for all students. The comprehensive program focuses on academic and career planning, as well as social and personal development. School counselors are student advocates who provide support for students to maximize their learning potential. They provide encouragement for the development of healthy interpersonal relationships, characterized by respect, kindness, responsibility, healthy choices, and an open mind. In collaboration with other educators, parents/guardians, and the community, Millbrook High School counselors provide guidance and support to prepare all students for educated, productive lives.
School Counselor Assignments
For your convenience and to be sure your student's counselor is available, please contact the School Counseling Office to schedule an appointment.
Additional School Counseling Staff
- Mrs. Joann Van Meter, firstname.lastname@example.org, Registrar, ext. 86023
- Mrs. Dena Renner, email@example.com, Secretary, ext. 86022
School Counseling Department Google Classroom
We encourage all students to join the School Counseling Department Google Classroom (Code rtbjyp6). This is how students can sign up to see their school counselor or the career coach. Important information will also be posted on Google Classroom throughout the school year.
Scholarship Opportunities - This is a link to a current list of available scholarships. Scholarship information is located on the right as you enter the School Counseling Office. Seniors will find scholarship applications and a list of available scholarships. As scholarship information is received, it is posted. Seniors should look at the scholarship information at least once a week for updates.
Local Scholarship Form - Closed.
College Planning Resources
CEEB Code: #472431
AP Exam Registration
If you are interested in taking an AP exam, you must contact Mrs. Kim Baer (firstname.lastname@example.org) in the school counseling office. Initial registration was completed in November; however, you may submit a late registration through March 1. There will be a $40 late registration fee in addition to the $96 exam fee.
Final payment for all enrolled exams will be due on or before March 11, 2022.
All FCPS students will take their AP exams at Lord Fairfax Community College during the two–week exam window of May 2-6 and May 9-13, 2022. Transportation to and from the exam site will be the responsibility of the student/family. Additional details regarding the testing process will be shared in the spring.
Please email Mrs. Kim Baer at email@example.com if you have any questions.
ASVAB Testing for Juniors and Seniors
If you are interested in a military career, taking the ASVAB is the first step to achieving this goal. It is a timed, multiple choice test used to determine the branch of service and career field where a candidate would most excel.
Interested students are to sign up using the Google Form emailed to all Juniors and Seniors. The form is also located on the Senior and Junior Class of 2022 and Class of 2023 Google Classrooms.
If you have any questions, you may email Mrs. Baer at firstname.lastname@example.org.
School Counseling Updates
Sign up for important updates from MHS School Counseling by texting "@pioneernow" to 81010.
- State Council of Higher Education for Virginia
- Virginia Department of Education
- NCAA Eligibility Center
- Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA)