7800 Laurel Spring Road     |     Prince George, VA 23875     |     ph: 804.733.2730     |     fax: 804.733.3783
Ms. Chris Romig, Principal
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Guidance Department
CONTACT: Joy Sulc, Guidance Secretary  Click to send an email
COUNSELORS: Steve Bhatt  Click to send an email  |  Dr. Candace Benn  Click to send an email  |  Bobbi Jarvis  Click to send an email
WEBSITE: Clements Guidance Office Blog  Click to view blog


Residents new to the area with children in grades eight and nine register at Clements Junior High School. The first step is to call the school at 733-2730 so that you may schedule an appointment with our guidance office. The following documents are required to register your child:

  1. Birth Certificate (passports are not acceptable)
  2. Current vaccination record (including three hepatitis B shots)
  3. Social Security card
  4. Last report card and withdrawl form from previous school
  5. Custody papers (if applicable)
  6. Proof of residency
    • Families living at Fort Lee will need to bring a letter from Housing.
    • Families that own a home in the county need to bring a title deed, deed of trust, or real estate tax bill.
    • Families in the process of buying a home will need to bring their sales contract. They are also required to write a letter to the School Board asking permission for their child to enroll at Clements Junior High School until they close on their home.
    • Families that rent a home need to bring their rental contract.
    • We cannot accept anything else.

Graduation Requirements

Children coming to N.B. Clements Junior High School start on a path towards graduation. Many eighth grade students take credit-bearing courses, which include Algebra I and foreign languages. These credits then count towards a high school diploma. There are three different diplomas and separate requirements for each. The following documents from the Virginia Department of Education describe these graduation requirements.

Advanced Studies Diploma Click to play VDOE video.

Click the picture above to play a streaming video from the Virginia Department of Education on graduation requirements.

Standard Diploma
Special Diploma

For more information and resources, visit the Virginia Department of Education's Project Graduation page.


Student scheduling occurs early in the second semester of each school year. Guidance counselors visit classrooms to discuss the process, distribute information, and answer questions that students may have. It is during this time students at Clements Junior High School choose not just their core classes, but their electives as well.

To view the course offerings to secondary students in Prince George County, please view the Registration Guide. More information on career choices and scheduling can also be found at knowhowvirginia.org, sponsored by the VDOE.