School Counseling Information
Fauquier High School Counseling Department
Hours: Monday - Friday
7:15 - 3:15PM
College Advisor, Josh Breece on Instagram @fhs.collegeadvising
Career Coach, Mrs. Holly Schoenhoff on Twitter: FHSCareerCoach @CareerFhs
August 12th - Senior Student Assembly
August 18th - Back to School Night @ 5PM-6:30PM
September 7th - Senior College Information Night in the FHS Auditorium @ 6:15PM. Seniors and parents/guardians welcome!
September 27th - College Night at Laurel Ridge Community College (formerly LFCC) @ 6PM - 8PM
Juniors and Seniors!! Attention!!
Colleges/Universities are coming to FHS. Please check out the "Colleges Coming to FHS" tab for who is coming, when and what time! Just come to the Counseling office to sign up for any of the colleges you would like.
Cameron's Collection - a new collection of e-books to support mental health and wellness for teens. Over 100 e-books are available on a variety of topics like depression, anxiety, eating disorders, relationship troubles, and so much more! Students can access the books in the privacy of their own homes, 24/7.
If you need a password: schools
*The Mental Health Association of Fauquier County (mhafc1) is a great resource during these uncertain times. There is a tab at the top of their page for Special Resources Related to COVID-19. The staff is working remotely and is still providing information and referral services. You may also follow the Mental Health Assoc. of Fauquier County on TWITTER @mhafc1.
Terrific resource for students and parents/guardians!
Be sure to check out the Newsletter from Mrs. Belinda Knudson, Career Coach, on the College & Career Counseling tab.
- Develop in self-understanding with regard to their values, abilities, interests, and aptitudes;
- Select a program of studies, which will enable them to attain marketable skills and/or further their education;
- Receive occupational and educational information with which to make appropriate education and career choices;
- Understand the process of decision-making and the need to accept the consequences of decisions;
- Gain an appreciation for discipline, respect for authority, and tolerance towards others;
- Be prepared to enter society as responsible and productive citizens, upon graduation.