The Clarksburg Counselors can be reached at: (301) 444-3020  Fax: (301) 444-3594

Making Appointments: Students who wish to see their counselor may make an appointment by completing the “Student Request for Appointment with Counselor” form found in the Counseling Office. Students may see their counselors before school, during lunch, and after school without an appointment.

Information on requesting transcripts 

2013 - 2014 School Profile 

Senior Packet 

Work Permit Information 

Learner's Permit School Attendance Certification form  

Enrollment Information and Forms  

Senior Packet 2014 - 2015 

Course Registration and Scheduling

Course Registration Cards and Course Guides for the 2015-2016 school year were distributed to students the first week of January. First semester teachers will be providing recommendation for students. Counselors will be visiting middles schools to distribute materials to future 9th grade students at the end of January. Students and parents should fill out the registration card and return it to school the next day.

Rocky Hill Distribution - January 26 & 27

Neelsville Distribution - January 30

Roberto Clemente Distribution materials were sent to the school already.


Counselors will return to middle schools to review Registration Cards and input courses into the system on:

Rocky Hill - January 28, 29, and 30th

Neelsville - February 2 & 3

Roberto Clemente - February 2


Registration Card due Date for current Clarksburg Students:

9th grade - February 9th, 10th grade - February 17, 11th grade - February 23

Clarksburg Online Course Catalog 

Semester 2 schedule change request form 2015 

9th Grade Academic Courses 15-16

9th Grade Electives 15-16

Counseling Staff and Assignments

Counselors are assigned students by alphabetical listing which appears below.

Counseling Units

The counseling staff delivers classroom guidance on grade specific topics:

  • 9th Grade Classroom Guidance Unit - Counselors met with all freshmen in the first week of October to help provide a smooth transition from middle school to high school. 9th Grade Counts!
  • 10th Grade Classroom Guidance Unit - Counselors met with all sophomores in the second week of October to discuss careers and explore their options for life after high school.
  • 11th Grade Classroom Guidance Unit - Counselors met with all juniors in the first week of December to re-introduce them to Naviance/Family Connection; a program used for college searches and the online college application process.
  • 12th Grade Classroom Guidance Unit & Senior College Night - Counselors meet with all seniors at the beginning of the school year to review their post-secondary plans. The counseling staff also hosts Senior College Night in Mid-September. College Admissions Reps share insight from the college's point of view as well as tips on writing a quality essay. Counselors review the senior calendar and the college application process. We end the night with a handful of Alumini advice videos and a parent panel. If you would like to see the powerpoint from our 2013 Senior Night, click the the following link: Senior Night Presentation 

College Night Presentation

Counselors hosted a College Night presentation in the auditorium on March 13th. Topics covered included PSAT/SAT, Naviance & Family Connections, College Searches, Junior/Senior Timeline, National College Fair, Collge Visits, as well as a panel of College Admissions Representitives to answer questions. Check out the PowerPoint: Clarksburg Collge Night 2014   


  • HSA   

  • AP Testing  

    The AP Program is collaboration between motivated students, dedicated teachers, and committed high schools, colleges, and universities. Since 1955, the AP Program has enabled millions of students to take college-level courses and exams, and to earn college credit or placement while still in high school. Each AP Exam has a corresponding AP course and provides a standardized measure of what students have learned in the AP classroom. AP Exams are rigorous, multiple-component tests in 37 subjects that are administered at high schools each May.

    Each AP Exam contains a free-response section (either essay or problem-solving) and a section of multiple-choice questions. The modern language exams also have a speaking component, and the AP Music Theory Exam includes a sight-singing task. Each AP Exam is given an overall grade of 1, 2, 3, 4, or 5, with 5 indicating a student who is extremely well qualified to receive college credit and/or advanced placement based on an AP Exam grade. To reduce the time students spend completing their answer sheets on exam day, all students are required to participate in a Pre-Administration which is held in mid-April.  






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