School Counseling

Mission Statement

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

Counselor Students Contact Counselor  Ext.
Mr. Joseph Neidrick A-Cor
Request a meeting with Mr. Neidrick
Mrs. Kristi Unger Cos-Jack
Request a meeting with Mrs. Unger
Mrs. Christy Pierson
Request a meeting with Mrs. Pierson
Ms. Krista Osborne Lu-Rok
Request a meeting with Ms. Osborne
Ms. Denise Robinson Rol-Z
Request a meeting with Ms. Robinson
Mrs. Mary Kay Hester
College & Career Coach
Request a meeting with Mrs. Hester
Mrs. Amy Jenkins
Accountability Specialist
Request a meeting with Mrs. Jenkins
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

SOL Non-writing Test

The Virginia Department of Education has established statewide testing dates for the Spring Non-writing SOL testing. Please see the testing calendar for Millbrook’s testing dates. Students are expected to bring their fully charged Chromebook and adapter to each testing session. Please make sure your child is in attendance and on time during this testing window.  Paper/Pencil and senior testing is earlier in the window due to retakes and graduation activities. 

AP Testing

All students taking Advanced Placement (AP) exams this year will take the exams at Lord Fairfax Community College. Students taking the AP exams will have to provide their own transportation to LFCC and will not be counted as absent at their home school on the day(s) they take their AP test(s). AP exams will be administered during the two-week exam window of May 7-11 and May 14-18.  For more information, contact the guidance department or visit View the AP testing schedule.

New Ways to Communicate

Students can join the Guidance Department Google Classroom (Code 7n2hnqz) to sign up to speak with a guidance department staff member.

Attention Seniors

ATTENTION SENIORS! If you are receiving an outside Academic or Athletic scholarship please bring a copy of your award letter to Guidance by May 1, 2018.



Career Coach Services - College and career planning for all grades. Dual Enrollment - Learn more about dual enrollment opportunities with LFCC.

LFCC Library

Scholarship Opportunities - This is a link to a current list of available scholarships.  Scholarship information is located on the right as you enter the 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. 

Testing Resources

College Planning Resources

Contact Information

Phone: 540-545-2800
Fax: 540-545-8662
CEEB Code: #472431



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Advanced Placement (AP) Testing

Registration for AP exams will be held in the guidance department between February 20 and March 15.  AP exams will be administered during the two-week exam window of May 7-11 and May 14-18. Get more info on AP exam registration.

Financial Aid


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