Recognized ASCA Model Program (RAMP)

For information on applying for the Recognized ASCA Model Program (RAMP) award, please click here.

2022 RAMP Winners

Congratulations to the 10 schools from Georgia that have received the Recognized ASCA Model Program (RAMP) status for 2022. 

Chapel Hill Middle School (School of Distinction)
Duluth High School (Re-RAMP)
Fairplay Middle School (School of Distinction)
Hart County Middle School
Hightower Trail Middle School (Re-RAMP)
Holly Springs Elementary School (School of Distinction)
Kemp Elementary School (Re-RAMP) (School of Distinction)
Smyrna Elementary School (Re-RAMP) (School of Distinction)
South Cobb High School (Re-RAMP)
Woodland Middle School


2021 RAMP Winners

Congratulations to the 16 schools from Georgia that have received the Recognized ASCA Model Program (RAMP) status for 2021. 

Alan C. Pope High School (Re-RAMP)
Alexander High School (School of Distinction)
Berkeley Lake Elementary School (Re-RAMP)
Chapel Hill High School
East Cobb Middle School
Esther Jackson Elementary School (Re-RAMP)
Factory Shoals Middle School
King Springs Elementary School
Lindley Sixth Grade Academy (School of Distinction)
Lovinggood Middle School (Re-RAMP)
Marietta Center for Advanced Academics (School of Distinction)
Marietta Middle School
McCleskey Middle School (Re-RAMP) (School of Distinction)
Newnan High School
Summit Hill Elementary School (Re-RAMP)
Willis A. Sutton Middle School


2020 RAMP Winners

Congratulations to the 6 schools from Georgia that have received the Recognized ASCA Model Program (RAMP) status for 2020. 

International Charter School of Atlanta, Roswell
Norcross Elementary School, Norcross
Puckett’s Mill Elementary School (Re-RAMP), Dacula
Sprayberry High School, Marietta
Varner Elementary School, Powder Springs
White Oak Elementary School, Sugar Hill


2019 RAMP Winners

Congratulations to the 9 schools from Georgia that have received the Recognized ASCA Model Program (RAMP) status for 2019. 

Benefield Elementary School, Gwinnett County Public Schools, Lawrenceville
Five Forks Middle School, Gwinnett County Public Schools, Lawrenceville
Griffin Middle School, Cobb County School District, Smyrna
Marietta Sixth Grade Academy, Marietta City Schools, Marietta
McClure Middle School, Cobb County School District, Kennesaw
Powder Springs Elementary School, Cobb County Schools, Powder Springs
Sawyer Road Elementary School, Marietta City Schools, Marietta
South Effingham Middle School, Effingham County Schools, Guyton
Sycamore Elementary School, Gwinnett County Public Schools, Sugar Hill


2018 RAMP Winners

Congratulations to the 12 schools from Georgia that have received the Recognized ASCA Model Program (RAMP) status for 2018. 

Crawford W. Long Middle School, Atlanta
Ferguson Elementary School, Duluth *
Georgia Connections Academy, Duluth
J. J. Daniell Middle School, Marietta
Lanier Middle School, Sugar Hill
Liberty Middle School, Cumming
M.H. Mason Elementary, Duluth
McEachern HIgh School, Powder Springs
Miller Elementary, Warner Robins
Palmer Elementary, Kennesaw
Pebblebrook High School, Powder Springs
Shiloh Middle School, Snellville

*School of Distinction


Congratulations to each of you. We are so proud of you and commend each school for your dedication to serving all students and demonstrating how effective school counseling programs can make a difference in students’ lives

For list of past RAMP winners, click here.