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"The ASCA National Model supports the school’s overall mission by promoting academic achievement, career planning and personal/social development. It serves as a framework to guide states, districts and individual schools in designing, developing, implementing and evaluating a comprehensive, developmental and systematic school counseling program."

-ASCA National Model Executive Summary

Click here to download the ASCA National Model Executive Summary

Click here to go to the ASCA National Model website.

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North Carolina

RAMP Schools

Centennial Campus Magnet Middle School, Raleigh

Cleveland Elementary School, Clayton

Clyde Erwin Elementary Magnet School, Jacksonville

Creech Road Elementary School, Garner

Davis Drive Middle School , Cary

Ephesus Elementary School, Chapel Hill

Fuller GT/AIG Magnet Elementary School, Raleigh

Fuquay-Varina High School, Fuquay-Varina

Garner Magnet High School, Garner

Green Leadership and World Languages Magnet Elementary School, Raleigh

Heritage High School, Wake Forest

Hilburn Academy/Hilburn Drive Elementary School, Raleigh

J. Nelson Kelly Elementary School, Grand Forks*

Ligon GT Magnet Middle School, Raleigh

Lynn Road Elementary School, Raleigh

Middle Creek High School, Apex

Olive Chapel Elementary School , Apex

Rolesville Middle School, Rolesville

Walnut Creek Elementary School, Raleigh

Weaverville Elementary School, Weaverville

West Lake Middle School, Apex

* RAMP School of Distinction

ASCA National Model Training from NCSCA

The ASCA National Model is a tool to use to implement your comprehensive school counseling program and align with the NCDPI school counselor standards.

Level I Training- A half day training to inform and create an understanding of the four components of the ASCA National Model.

Level II Training- A half or full day training to break down the four components. The full day training includes a hands on work session with aspects of the four main components of the National Model, develop a management agreement, understand the use of data in a school counseling program, and will develop at least one action plan. 

NCSCA provides trainers, based on availability, for your school, system, or county. Trainers only require mileage and meal reimbursement. Other costs associated with the training (i.e. copies) are not the responsibility of the trainer.

Contact Professional Development for ASCA National Model Training.

NCSCA is a state division of the American School Counselor Association.

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