Counseling Staff, Assignments, and General Information

Counselors Assignments Support Staff Position

Andrea Garris,
Resource Counselor

A - Az Sherrie Clark Counseling Secretary

Mandy Rosado

B - Cas Mercy Sandoval Counseling Secretary 

Evelyn Zapata

Cat - Ell Veidy Fuentes Pacheco Registrar

Dayna Oliver

Elm - Harp Siyeofori Nwator College and Career Information Coordinator

Nadya Moxey

Har - Koh Kathleen Martinez Career Advisor

Jennifer Gaston

Koi - Mc Norita Prather School Social Worker

Sean Allen

Md - On Dawn Lester School Psychologist

Kamer Constantino

Op - Riz Shana Bailey Parent Community Coordinator

John Schulien

Ro - Tek Treasure Mathis Pupil Personel Worker

Sarah Patterson

Tel - Z

Jason Garofalo

Dual Enrollment Program Assistant (DEPA)

Natalie Ritchie

EML Levels 1 - 3 Brittany Beckwith Aces Program Support Coordinator

The Clarksburg Counselors can be reached at:
Phone: (240) 740-6020
Fax: (240) 601-4970

Our Vision: The vision of the Clarksburg High School Counseling Department is for all students to discover and reach their highest potential in areas of academic achievement, personal development, and post-secondary planning through data driven programs which promote scholarship, leadership, and relationships.

Our Mission: The Clarksburg High School Counseling Department works in collaboration with teachers, administrators, parents, and community stakeholders to ensure that all students reach their highest potential in the areas of academic achievement, personal and social/emotional development, and post-secondary efforts.  Through comprehensive data driven programs which promote equity and access, all students will graduate Clarksburg High School prepared to be contributing members of society as lifelong scholars and leaders.

School Profile

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.

Students and Parents:  All transcript requests should be sent to Ms. Veidy Fuentes Pacheco, our Registrar.  Questions regarding summer school should be sent to

Registration for 2024-2025 School Year

Graduation Requirements, Registration Cards, Slides from Elective Fair, Directions on How to Register on Student Vue and Course Bulletin

Students may log on to StudentVue to review their Course History. Students met with Counselors in January to review 2024-2025 graduation requirements, 4 year plan, and course requests. The Deadline to change course Requests for 2024-2025 is August 1st.

Newcomer Orientation:

Newcomer Family Orientation- Student and parent/guardian expectations, Sample school day, and Resources and services in our schools.
Bienvenidos a la Presentación para Nuevas Familias - Expectativas de los estudiantes y de los padres, muestra del día escolar,y Recursos y servicios en nuestras escuelas


Click Below to Access Grade Level Counseling Content
  • October Senior Meeting
  • College Application Process

  • Naviance

  • College Search

  • Post-Secondary Options

  • College and Career Exploration
  • Career Interest Inventory
  • 9th Grade Counts
  • Welcome to Clarksburg


Experiencing significant mental health concerns?

Mental Health Emergency- Dial 911
National Suicide Prevention Lifeline:  800-273-8255
Montgomery County Hotline:  301-738-2255
Crisis Text Line provides free, 24/7 support via text message.  Text HOME to 741741

Montgomery County Crisis Center
1301 Piccard Drive, Rockville, MD

*The Crisis Center provides crisis services 24 hours a day, 365 days a year*

For MCPS updates to the Coronavirus response, please visit

Career and Technology Education (CTE)

CTE Programs at a Glance

Contacts for CTE Programs

Application for CTE Programs (Deadline is November 5)


  • HSA & PARCC Testing
  • 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.