RAMP Designation in PA
139 schools in 27 states received the Recognized ASCA Model Program (RAMP) designation in Pennsylvania, we would like to congratulate Propel McKeesport Charter School and Saucon Valley Elementary School for achieving this status.
Pennsylvania Schools with RAMP Status
The Pennsylvania School Counselors Association is always proud to recognize it's schools with RAMP Status:
Caley Elementary School, King of Prussia
Cheston Elementary School, Easton
East Allegheny High School, North Versailles
Eastern Lebanon County Middle School, Myerstown
Evans City Elementary School, Evans City
Luis Ramos Elementary School, Allentown
Muhlenberg Elementary School, Allentown
Northley Middle School, Aston
Pennsylvania School for the Deaf, Philadelphia
Robert D. Wilson Elementary School, Waymart
PSCA Grant Opportunity: PSCA RAMP Application Fee
The application for schools applying for ASCA RAMP in 2021 is available on the ASCA website www.schoolcounselor.org. The application deadline is October 15, 2020.
PSCA as established a line item in the budget for "grants" to reimburse the application fee for PSCA members who apply for ASCA RAMP. On a first come, first awarded basis, PSCA will support a maximum of eight grants each year to first time ASCA RAMP applicants. PSCA members may, upon verification of submission of the application to ASCA, request a $250 grant to cover the cost of the application.
A letter of request for the grant application by verification of submission of the ASCA RAMP application and payment to ASCA should be forwarded to PSCA Treasurer Teresa Atkinson firstname.lastname@example.org no later than December 1.