College Fair: Sunday, October 20, 7:30 - 9:30 p.m., Fair Oaks Mall
College Night: Monday, October 21, 7:00 - 9:00 p.m., Hayfield Secondary School
The Fairfax County School Counseling Program provides comprehensive and sequential services to all students in grades K-12. The primary goal of the school counseling program is to support the success of all students by providing academic, college and career, and personal/social counseling. School counselors help build a foundation for learning while supporting students' achievement and post-secondary goals. Read More.
Every student will graduate from Fairfax County Public Schools, college and career ready.
Fairfax County Public Schools’ school counseling programs work with students, parents and guardians, school staff, and community members to provide academic, college and career, personal and social counseling services that are comprehensive and developmentally appropriate. Services are provided to maximize the academic achievement of all students and promote the necessary skills, attitudes, and beliefs for all students to graduate prepared to effectively manage future challenges in a 21st century society.
The College Success Program is comprised of four individual programs that provide college readiness, access and success services to students who are traditionally underrepresented on college campuses. Many, but not all, College Success Program students are the first in their family to attend college and do not have the financial means to attend without significant support. Read More
The four programs that comprise the College Success Program are:
The mission of the College Success Program is to provide sustainable, high-quality college readiness, access and success services to the students enrolled in the five programs.
Marcy Miller Kneale
Elementary School Counseling Specialist
Secondary School Counseling Specialist
College Success Program Manager
College Partnership Specialist
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October 9, 2013