RAMP - Recognized ASCA Model Program
Drive your school counseling program to the next level. Show your
administrators, school board and the community at large that you're
committed to delivering a comprehensive, data-driven school counseling
program.The RAMP application process is the culmination of your commitment to follow the ASCA National Model.
Award winners are nationally recognized for that successful program implementation in their individual schools. In addition to national recognition at the ASCA annual conference, the Iowa School Counselor Association feels it is important to recognize Iowa’s RAMP winners at our Awards Recognition Ceremony, held annually in November at the ISCA State Conference. RAMP applications are due in October each year.
ISCA RAMP Resources
ISCA has compiled a resource page dedicated to the RAMP process, and has an on-going ASCA Model webinar series with Iowa counselors talking about implementing the ASCA Model and the RAMP process.
Iowa Ramp Winners
Brubaker Elementary School, Des Moines
Clinton High School, Clinton
East Marshall Middle School, Gilman
Findley Elementary School, Des Moines
Garfield Elementary School, Davenport
Madison Elementary School, Des Moines
Martin Luther King, Jr. Academy of Math and Science, Des Moines
North Scott High School, Eldridge
Peet Junior High School, Cedar Falls
Tipton High School, Tipton