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School Counseling

Brittany Ambrosio
School Counselor for Students w/Last Name A - Goetz 

Emily Schademan
School Counselor for Students w/Last Name Gomes - Saldi 

Adrien Preston
School Counselor for Students w/Last Name Sansone - Z

Sarah Kemp 
Administrative Assistant

Sarah Soule
Post-Secondary Planning Coordinator

MUHS School Counseling Department:
Phone:  802-382-1195
Fax: 802-382-1730
CEEB Code: 460240
Office Hours: 8:00am-3:30pm or by appointment
School Counseling Facebook Page

The Middlebury Union High School, School Counseling Department, is dedicated to fostering student success by providing social, emotional, academic and future planning support to all students. All Middlebury Union High School Counselors hold at least a Master's Degree in Counseling and are licensed by the State of Vermont as professional school counselors. They are professional educators with a mental health perspective who understand and respond to the challenges of a diverse student population.  School counselors deliver the comprehensive school counseling program through:

  • individual counseling
  • small group counseling
  • consultation/referral
  • academic advising 
  • future planning

The American School Counselor Association National Standards in the areas of academic, career and personal/social domains are the foundation for this work. School counselors provide this range of services throughout the school year based on the needs of each individual student.



It's not too late to register for tomorrow evening's FREE online Financial Aid and Managing College Costs presentation on Wednesday, October 25 at 6:30 pm.  This is geared specifically for our seniors, and their parents and guardians, who are planning on attending college or career training in the 2024-25 academic year. One person per family must register in advance using the link below.  

Carrie Harlow from VSAC will provide an overview of how families pay for college costs and the different types of financial aid, as well as the application process and timelines specifically for the 2024-2025 financial aid award year.  We will share some resources that can help you research the true cost of colleges and get ready to file financial aid forms.  If you would like to stay a bit longer – after the end of the regular presentation – we will share in-depth information about how to create an FSA ID, and you can attempt to create at least one ID for later FAFSA filing with VSAC’s help.

Register here:


MUHS 2023-2024 Course Registration Information
2023-2024 Course Offering List
Career Center 2023-2024 Application Details
2023 8th Grade Parent Presentation
Enrollment Forms
Release of Records Request
College Visits Calendar

MUHS Launches Peer Advocacy Program (PAP)

Peer advocates are now available at MUHS!

The Peer Advocacy Program (PAP) is made up of MUHS students who are trained and supervised by WomenSafe staff to provide peer-to-peer support regarding issues like healthy sexuality, healthy relationships, and interpersonal violence. Peer advocates are available to provide support throughout the week at school in room 136A in the Wellness Center. You can access the schedule to see when someone might be available by clicking the link below.


Questions? Email Linnea at or Melody at

All school counselors follow the American School Counselor Association Code of Ethics.  Students are guaranteed confidentiality when speaking with a counselor unless the student presents danger to self or to others. Vermont law requires counselors to report any suspected abuse or neglect to the Department of Children and Families.  The School Counseling department works as a team and, at times, counselors may consult with one another regarding student issues and services.

Counseling Resources

Post-Secondary Planning

The school counselors and coordinator of post-secondary planning are available to meet with each student at MUHS as they contemplate life after high school. Working together,  we will help students identify what their upcoming path might include, be it:

  • College or University study

  • Seeking Employment

  • Entering the military

  • Participating in a gap year program

Post-Secondary Planning Information

Post-Secondary Planning Resources

Other Resources