Auburn Middle School

  • Principal

    Mr. Josh Miller

    Assistant Principal

    Mrs. Helen Oriend

    7270 Riley Road

    Warrenton, VA 20187


    Main Phone 540-422-7410

    Attendance 540-422-7419

    Clinic 540-422-7416

    School Counseling 540-422-7415

    Counseling Office Fax 540-4228

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Auburn Announcements


    Auburn Middle School would like to wish you the warmest of Thanksgivings.  We all need a little time to relax, recharge and take a few minutes to appreciate the fortunate things in our lives.  It is also a time that many of us use to consider the fortunes of others.  In this spirit, we are collecting gift cards to be distributed to members of our Auburn family who are finding themselves struggling at this time.  Please consider adding purchase of a gift card (in any denomination up to $20.00) to your holiday shopping list. 

    Send your donations to the Auburn counseling office by December 9.

    Please see the attached flyer for details or contact the Auburn counseling office at 540-422-7415 with any questions, concerns or comments.

    Best wishes for comfort and happiness

    OHJH Flyer


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    Hello Wildcat Nation-

    The PTO is kicking off its 19-20 Fundraiser.  This fundraiser is different from our usual fundraisers; no cookie dough, no wrapping paper, no rubber ducks.  Please see the attached flyer for details on how to donate directly to our PTO - no middle man.  All donations are tax deductible and 100% of the money collected will be available for the PTO to use to provide technology, opportunities and other materials and events for our students and teachers which enhance the educational experience for all.

    Thank you for considering! Please see the attached flyer.19-20 PTO Fundraiser Letter

    Your Auburn Middle PTO


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    Continuing our partnership with the Fauquier F.I.S.H. organization, Auburn Middle will be distributing Weekend Power Packs once a week to any and all families who feel they would benefit from the program. The Weekend Power Pack program is designed to help supplement a child’s basic need for food. The packs will consist of non-perishable, healthy and nutritious kid friendly food items.

    The Fauquier F.I.S.H. organization is NOT provided with any names and the distribution of the Weekend Power Packs is strictly confidential and discreet. 

    If you feel that this program would be beneficial to your family please complete and return one of the attached forms to AMS counseling or contact the office at 540-422-7415. 

    Weekend Power Pack (English)

    Weekend Power Pack (Spanish)


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    Please follow this link: Online Enrollment Click on "New Families" and follow all the steps.  The process must be completed on a computer, not a phone, tablet, etc.. After you have submitted the completed form, please contact Stacy Wilfong at AMS Registrar ( to make an appointment to complete the registration process.  You are required to present an original birth certificate, shot records showing proof of a T-Dap booster shot and proof of residency.  Approved documents can be found here.


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Division News

  • FCPS Bus Driver Alerts Family of House Fire

    Early morning on December 5, school bus driver Sharon Elgin alerted the residents of a home in the Marsh Run Community that their house was on fire. Her heroic actions enabled the residents inside to escape unharmed.

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  • School Board Actions 11-25-19

    The Fauquier County School Board met November 25, 2019, and took the following official actions. For further information on these items, see supporting documents with the November 25, 2019, School Board agenda on the school division web page.

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  • Community Partnerships Expand Outreach

    The Parent Resource Center has partnered with the Fauquier Public Library in an effort to make books, periodicals, and DVDs more accessible to families. Resources previously stored at Central Complex have been moved to each of Fauquier Public Library’s three branches.

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