• Our counselors offer guidance and support to students in kindergarten through grade 12. They are available to work with students individually, in small groups, and in the classroom.

    The list of student services varies with the different grade levels, but the Counseling Center in Room 112 is here for all students with any questions or concerns.

  • Contact Info

    Elise ChuppMrs. Elise George
    Elementary/High Ability Counselor



    Mrs. Rachel Milligan
    Middle/High School Counselor

  • Resources

  • Coffee With The Counselors

  • At October’s parent meeting we introduced the Lilly Comprehensive School Counseling grant that Burris was awarded, and talked about the upcoming changes to graduation requirements starting with the class of 2023.  

    October Coffee With The Counselors Powerpoint

  • In November Steve Gibson, from Project Leadership, came and spoke with Burris parents about the 21st Century Scholars program, Mentorship opportunities, and the college/career-ready toolkit of lessons that Burris adopted this year.

    November Coffee With The Counselors PowerPoint Slides

  • Depression is a topic that is relevant to us all this time of year.  Dr. Caroline Curlin will be presenting about how depression can affect students of any age.  Burris parents are invited to come learn more about this topic, and how to share this information with their children. 

    December Coffee With The Counselors PowerPoint

  • On January 22nd, Burris will be welcoming Prosecuting Attorney, Eric Hoffman to speak at Coffee with the Counselor at 2pm in the Burris Library.  

    January’s Coffee with the Counselor PowerPoint Slides

  • On February 28th at 2pm, Burris Basketball Coach Joseph Anderson and Burris Athletic Director Chad Wlodarek presented about the benefits of students being involved in sports at the Elementary, Middle, and High School levels.  Information about NCAA college sports eligibility is available here.  


    On Thursday, March 14th at 8am, Burris will be welcoming Dr. Jerrell Cassady to speak to parents about test anxiety and researched methods to relieve academic stress.  

    Tips to Help Your Child with Test Anxiety

    Academic and Test Anxiety Presentation

  • James Hendrix and Waleed Ma’arouf from Ball State’s dual credit office will be presenting about the benefits of taking dual credit classes in high school.  

    Dual Credit Information Handout

  • More Online Resources

  • Quick Tips

  • College Entrance Examination Board (CEEB) Code

    Burris’ CEEB code is 152470.

    This code is frequently requested on college applications and must be provided upon registration for SAT or ACT so that test scores will be sent to Burris.


    Burris students can have their high school transcript sent electronically to colleges and universities at no cost through

    Paper copies of transcripts can still be sent through regular mail at no cost and can be requested through the school counselor or the main office.