High School Student Services

In 2010, 2013 and 2016, the Lake Braddock High School Student Services program has met the criteria to become a Recognized ASCA Model Program by the American School Counselor Association.  The Recognized ASCA Model Program (RAMP) designation is awarded to schools that align with the criteria set by the ACSA national model.  A RAMP designated school counseling program must demonstrate a comprehensive, data-driven program that meets the needs of all students, and the designation is held for three years.  Approximately 400 school counseling programs have received the RAMP designation nationally.

Lake Braddock High School Counseling  is one of  the first RAMP Schools of Distinction.  This is an added designation to recognize schools that achieved a score of 58 or higher on the first round of the RAMP review process.  We are one of five schools to receive this award nationally in 2016.

VISION:

The vision of the Lake Braddock Counseling Staff is for all students to attain their maximum potential in the areas of academic achievement, personal development, and post-secondary planning through data driven programs which promote personal responsibility, integrity, respect, compassion, commitment and service to others.

MISSION:

The Lake Braddock High School Counseling staff collaborates with students, parents and staff members to prepare and inspire all students to achieve high standards of excellence. We provide a comprehensive developmental program that addresses the academic, social/emotional and college/career preparatory needs of our diverse student body. Empowering students to achieve their current and future goals, we encourage student self-advocacy and accountability. We also promote the development of citizenship that embraces excellence of character.

Location: C138

7:15 AM until 3:45 PM Monday through Friday

Select the Student Services Staff section to view counselor assignments and contact information.

Counselors are in their offices 7:30 each morning, and available for appointments daily. Students without appointments should see their counselor before school, during lunch, or after school. Students should remain in class during instructional time, unless they have an appointment, a pass to see their counselor, or it is an emergency. Students can also leave a "student concern form" in their counselor's door mailbox. Parents/guardians can make appointments by calling the counselor's direct phone line or through email.

If students have an urgent matter during the school day, they can seek assistance through their subschool office.

A-D

Subschool 3 Room B115 703-426-1130

E-K

Subschool 4 Room B212 703-426-1140

L-Q

Subschool 5 Room H207 703-426-1150

R-Z

Subschool 6 Room J107 703-426-1160