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


    The first middle school dance of the year will be on October 25 from 6:00-8:00pm.  We need volunteers that evening, and on Thursday and Friday to sell tickets during student lunch periods.

    Click the Sign-Up Genius link below for complete dance information and volunteer sign-up options.

    Thanks in advance for  your help,

    AMS PTO Board



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  • -Boys Basketball try outs

    Try outs will be held on October 15th and 16th from 2:30-4:30 pm. You must have an VHSL Physical and Concussion history form on file with Mr. Anderson. Physical forms can be found in the office or gym. You may also go to the athletic website at:

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  • -Important email addresses to whitelist

    Parents, please whitelist the following emails, which may help ensure delivery. 

    Emails to Whitelist

    Whitelist instructions can be found below:

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  • Auburn Yearbook

    Pre-order an Auburn yearbook to be srue you get one.  There may not be any to purchase at the end of the year.

    Use this link to acces the Balfour site to place your order.

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  • -Auburn student drop-off procedure

    Beginning October 1st, any student who is dropped off by a parent/guardian any time after 7:25 AM, will need to be escorted into the building by their parent/guardian.  The student drop off/pick up lane will be closed off daily at 7:25 AM (indicated by a yellow chain at the entrance of the lane).  Upon entering the school building, both the student and parent/guardian will need to stop by the main office in order to sign the student in and to provide the specific reason for the late arrival.  Even though the first period of the school day does not begin until 7:30 AM, we have determined that students who are being dropped off between 7:25 AM and 7:30 AM do not have sufficient time to get into the building, stop at their locker, and make it into their first period class by/before the 7:30 AM start time.  The reason(s) for late arrivals will be documented and monitored on a quarter-by-quarter basis.  Students will be given four unexcused tardies per quarter as warnings and without consequence.  On the fourth occurrence, the parent/guardian will be contacted to make them aware that the next unexcused tardy (5th one in a given quarter) will result in appropriate consequence (lunch detention and/or after school detention) being assigned by school administration.  The purpose of these procedural changes are to both minimize disruption to the educational process and to hold students accountable for being on time.

    Any student who is dropped off by a parent/guardian, and not escorted into the building, will automatically be considered unexcused.  Similar to the process mentioned above, parents/guardians will be contacted at the 4th unexcused tardy to make them aware that the next unexcused tardy will result in appropriate consequence(s) being assigned by school administration.

    Any student who is riding their bike and/or walking to school will still be expected to be in homeroom by/before 7:30 AM.  However, these students will need to be included on the approved bike ride and/or walk list(s) in order for an exception to be made to the parent/guardian escort between 7:25 AM and 7:30 AM.

    Thank you for your understanding and cooperation.


    AMS Administration

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Division News

  • All Fauquier County Public Schools Accredited for 2019-2020

    The Virginia Department of Education (VDOE) has accredited all Fauquier County Public Schools for the 2019-2020 school year. Eighteen schools received the highest accreditation rating, and Taylor Middle School is accredited with conditions. The VDOE bases accreditation ratings on a school accountability system that provides a comprehensive view of school quality.

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  • FCPS Earns Top Special Education Rating

    Fauquier County Public Schools earned the top rating from the Virginia Department of Education (VDOE) for improving outcomes for students with disabilities and for compliance with the federal Individuals with Disabilities Education Act (IDEA). The school division received a total performance grade of 95 percent based on 2017-2018 data —the best rating the school division has ever received for serving students with disabilities.

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  • BB Pistol Found at Fauquier High School Incident Under Investigation

    Today, Friday, September 27, 2019, Fauquier High School (FHS) staff and the school resource officer (SRO) received an anonymous tip about a suspicious item in a closet near the cafeteria. FHS staff and the SRO searched an unsecured custodial closet and located a BB pistol.

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