Miller Counseling Department 

Rising 9th Grade Families,

For the first time ever, RUSD is providing a Career and Technical Education or Visual and Performing Arts class for your student during Summer 2023.  Don’t miss a chance for your student to earn 10 credits towards A-G completion by going to summer school at the high school your student will be attending in August 2023.  This provides a chance for your student to explore the campus, meet teachers, and make connections prior to the start of their Freshman year.  Space is limited and applications are due on March 8.  Students will be notified if they have a spot in the class by May 20, 2023.

8th Grade students, are you interested in getting high school credits this summer?

RUSD high schools will be offering classes to incoming 9th grade students. You can earn high school credits. For more information see Ms. Tavaglione.

8th Grade Course Request, 6 year Academic Plans, and A-G requirement lesson with the 7th grade School Counselor 

Presentation Link Here- Review lesson here

Course Request Link- click link and submit elective class request for 8th grade 

A-G Pre Test

Help the Miller School Counseling team prepare you to be A-G ready by completing this pre-survey. 

Career Interest Inventory 

Did you miss our Career Interest Profile Lesson in math classes in January? Here is a link with a quick catch up of the lesson and instructions on how to create your account so you can take the interest profiler and see career matches.

Career Interest Lesson Pre Survey and Post Survey

Lesson Slides can be found by clicking here.

Mrs. Perales-Sanchez

7th Grade School Counselor 

Ms. Tavaglione

8th Grade School Counselor 

Ms. Cervantes


MTSS School Counselor

School Counseling Program Vision Statement 

Through participation in the Frank Augustus Miller Middle School Counseling Program all students have equitable access to the tools to be successful in college and career. They lead healthy, productive, and fulfilling lives while contributing to their community. Our students demonstrate empathy towards others and respect cultural diversity. They view learning as a lifelong process, having the skills and resilience to overcome barriers. 

School Counseling Program Mission Statement

The mission of the FAMMS school counseling department is to provide all students with a comprehensive school counseling program based on the ASCA National Model that promotes equity, access and success for all. School counselors will engage and serve students, parents, staff, and the community in order to deliver equitable access to academic, personal-social, and career development. Students leaving FAMMS will be lifelong learners developing skills and resiliency to overcome barriers in order to achieve their goals.