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District School Counseling Advisory (DSCA)

District School Counseling Advisory (DSCA)

What do counselors do? How are students different as a result of what school counselors do?


To advise and assist with reviewing school counseling program goals comprised of key stakeholders to ensure program accountability.


School counselors, teachers, students, parents, administrators, and area business leaders.


The American School Counselor Association (ASCA) has collaborated to create a National Model for School Counseling Programs to connect school counseling with current educational reform movements that emphasize student achievement and success.


  1. Vary learning experiences to increase success in college and career pathways.
  2. Differentiate resources for students based on needs.
  3. Develop stakeholder involvement to promote student success.