College Counseling

Contact College Counseling


The Office of College Counseling is on the mezzanine level between Marriott Hall and the Steuart Building. Please enter St. Albans through the main doors at the Senior Circle and check in with the receptionist. To reach the College Office, please walk to the end of the Marriott Hall corridor and go down two flights of stairs to MH-218. Call 202-537-5660 for more information.

For College Representatives

We are pleased to host college representatives on campus, to meet with our students and counselors. College visits are 30 minutes in length, held in the fall during our academic day, 8:00 a.m. - 2:45 p.m. Class and visit periods should be scheduled with respect to our Upper School schedule.

To schedule a visit, please contact Linda Stratton, College Coordinator, at or (202) 537-5660.

You may use the Cathedral's public parking garage on Wisconsin Avenue. Facing the Cathedral, St. Albans is to your right; look for the flagpole. The receptionist will validate your parking ticket.

If your college has scheduled a local information session—in D.C., suburban Maryland or Northern Virginia—please send us a notice, and we will post it for our students.

Contact Info

List of 5 members.

  • Mrs. Nikki Magaziner Mills 

    Director, College Counseling
    (202) 537-6447
    Washington & Lee - BA
  • Mr. Peter Kelley 

    Upper School Academic Dean; Upper School Mathematics; Associate Director, College Counseling
    (202) 537-6597
    Princeton - BSE
  • Dr. Sam Schaffer 

    Associate Dean of Faculty; Assistant Director, College Counseling; Upper School History; Athletics
    (202) 537-6579
    University of North Carolina - BA
    Yale - MPhil
    Yale - PhD
  • Ms. Linda Stratton 

    College Coordinator
    (202) 537-5660
    University of North Carolina - BA
    Northwestern University - MSJ
  • Ms. Patty Boman 

    (202) 537-6442
    Providence College - BA
    Catholic University - MA
    University of Maryland at Baltimore - Credits toward MSW
Located in Washington D.C.,  St. Albans School is a private, all boys day and boarding school. For more than a century, St. Albans has offered a distinctive educational experience for young men in grades 4 through 12. While our students reach exceptional academic goals and exhibit first-rate athletic and artistic achievements, as an Episcopal school we place equal emphasis upon moral and spiritual education.