Herbert Hoover Middle School

School Counseling

Hoover Middle School Counseling Department Welcomes You

Let's Succeed Together, Chargers!


Updates


A student-inspired schoolwide program to create a more equitable and inclusive school climate, catered to our school's unique culture and needs.

We are looking for high school students to join the Youth Ambassadors Program. Our goal is to assist students in developing peer-led initiatives within Montgomery County. The focus of the program is substance use prevention, suicide prevention, and mental health wellness.

All MCPS students in grades 6-12 who are passionate about or interested in Restorative Justice are invited to join the RJ Student Ambassadors PLC! Students earn SSL hours for every session they attend.

About Us

Vision

Every student in the Herbert Hoover Middle School Counseling Program will develop the mindsets and skills to become a confident and resilient life-long learner who is responsible, empathic, and anti-racist.


Mission

​Our mission is to foster a safe learning environment powered by self-awareness and a growth mindset for all students through culturally responsive and developmental programming in order to prepare all students for academic, social/emotional, and college/career success.

Values

Resources & Information


We have complied a list of therapy providers, practices, speciality practices, and directories for the area. Please reach out to your counselor if you have any questions.

Washington Post 4/1/22. Perspective by Amitai Abramovitch

Information, provided by Churchill High School, about various sequences of math courses offered at Hoover and Churchill (must be signed into MCPS account to view)

Marylanders who are experiencing a mental health or substance use crisis have a new way to get immediate help. If you or someone you know needs support now, call or text 988

MSP members--you will complete this Google Form during our first Minority scholars program large-group meeting on Thursday, 11/3. Please wait until then to complete this form!

Parents, students, or school staff may complete this form if they believe a student has been bullied. Visit the MCPS bullying website for more information.