RAMP: Recognized ASCA Model Programs

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. Apply for the Recognized ASCA Model Program (RAMP) designation from the American School Counselor Association. The RAMP application process should be the culmination of the implementation of a comprehensive school counseling program. Once your school has a program in place, you will need at least one entire academic year to collect the data and information needed to fulfill the RAMP application requirements.

RAMP Schools In Pennsylvania Include:

Pennsylvania Bala Cynwyd Middle School, Bala Cynwyd

Blackhawk Intermediate School, Beaver Falls

East Allegheny High School, N. Versailles

Edgeworth Elementary, Sewickly

Gateway High School, Monroeville

Gateway Middle School, Monroeville

Haine Elementary School, Cranberry Township

Lebanon High School, Lebanon

Moss Side Middle School, Monroeville

Osborne Elementary School, Sewickley

Quaker Valley High School, Sewickley

Quaker Valley Middle School, Sewickley

The Pennsylvania School for the Deaf, Philadelphia

Learn about RAMP

The Application Process

RAMP Application Templates

RAMP Resources

RAMP Rubric


Helpful Tips

Past RAMP Recipients


RAMP Application Examples