The mission of the Chesterfield County Public Schools school counseling program is to provide high quality academic support and career efforts of students, staff, parents and community. If you have concerns or questions about your child, please contact your child’s counselor at (804) 541-4700. The counseling office is open between the hours of 7:00 a.m. – 3:00 p.m.
Registering a new student:
Please call Ms. Consuela Miley to schedule an appointment.
Visit our registration page for information on what to bring with you for registration.
Alumni Transcript Request
Phone: (804) 639-8900 ext. 1651
School counseling lesson in the classroom offers programs that are designed for students’ academic, career, and personal/social development.
Common Lesson Topics:
There are several school TRIBE Time Interventions, as well as clubs and organizations that students may join to reinforce the importance of our core values of equity, integrity, ingenuity, and teamwork.
Individual Counseling is a one-on-one meeting with the counselor to discuss a problem or topic of interest that may be affecting their academic success. Friendship issues, worries, conflict resolution, difficulty coming to school, grief, and anger management are frequent issues facing children.
During sessions, students might:
Referrals for students to meet with a school counselor can be made by classroom teachers, principal, parents, or through student self-referrals. Self-referral can be done through our bit.ly that is created each school year. Parents are welcome to call or email the counselors at any time to request individual counseling for their child.
Small group counseling (typically 6-10 participants) is needs based group that usually meets for four to six weeks in order to be least disruptive to the learning environment. Small groups provide members the opportunity to share ideas and learn from each other. Group topics are chosen based upon student needs, and can change throughout the school year. Participation, which is voluntary and confidential, requires permission from a parent or guardian. Referrals for groups are made by parents and teachers. Priority is given to students who show an academic need.
Common Small Group Topics: