• The 2020-2021 school year will be Mrs. Alberth's 24th year as a middle school counselor in Loudoun County and her 12th year at Stone Hill Middle. Mrs. Alberth is very excited to move up to seventh grade with her group of students!  She also looks forward to getting to know all of our students who are new to SHMS this coming year!


    Mrs. Alberth received her Bachelor of Arts dual degree in Psychology and Health and Human Services at the University of Buffalo. She completed her Masters in School Counseling as well at the University at Buffalo. In January of 2018, Mrs. Alberth and the SHMS School Counseling Department was awarded the American School Counseling National Model Program Award.  (RAMP)  That award was something Mrs. Alberth worked towards for several years.  Mrs. Alberth has worked as school counselor in the Sterling area as well as here in Ashburn.


     This year Mrs. Alberth will be working with our 7th graders in the areas of academics, career/college exploration, and social/personal concerns. She will be working to help new students transition to middle school as well as support those who are moving up to continue their academic, social, and personal growth. 


    Mrs. Alberth works with students in classrooms, small groups, and individually. This is a collaborative effort that involves consultation with parents, teachers, and students.  Please do not hesitate to call or email her with any concerns or questions or to set up a parent/teacher conference.  She can be reached at (703) 957-4420, or jennifer.alberth@lcps.org

Last Modified on June 18, 2020