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ASCA Awards RAMP Designation to Flagstaff High School

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ASCA Awards RAMP Designation to Flagstaff High School

For immediate release – April 14th


ALEXANDRIA, VA. – The American School Counselor Association (ASCA) is pleased to announce Flagstaff High School in Flagstaff, AZ as a Recognized ASCA Model Program (RAMP).

The RAMP designation recognizes schools that are committed to delivering an exemplary school counseling program. Honorees are awarded for aligning their program with the criteria in the ASCA National Model, a framework for a data-informed school counseling program. Since the program’s inception, more than 900 schools earned the RAMP designation. Research findings indicate fully implemented comprehensive school counseling programs are associated with a range of positive student educational and behavioral outcomes. Flagstaff High School is one of five programs that have been designated in Arizona.

“This year’s RAMP honorees have shown their commitment to students and the school counseling profession,” said Jill Cook, ASCA assistant director. “These schools used data to drive their program development and implementation so all students can achieve success. The RAMP designation distinguishes these schools and encourages school counselors nationwide to strive for excellence.”

The Flagstaff High School School Counseling Department will be honored at a recognition ceremony at ASCA’s annual conference in Seattle, Wash., on June 29, 2020.

RAMP applications are reviewed once a year. The next submission deadline is Oct. 15, 2020. For more information on the program, visit www.schoolcounselor.org/ramp.

 

About the American School Counselor Association

The American School Counselor Association (ASCA) is a nonprofit, 501(c)(3) professional organization based in Alexandria, Va. ASCA promotes student success by expanding the image and influence of school counseling through leadership, advocacy, collaboration, and systemic change. ASCA helps school counselors guide their students toward academic achievement, career planning, and social/emotional development to help today’s students become tomorrow’s productive, contributing members of society. Founded in 1952, ASCA has a network of 50 state and territory associations and a membership of approximately 36,000 school counseling professionals. For additional information on ASCA, visit www.schoolcounselor.org.