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2017 RAMP Winners

Congratulations to the 18 schools from Georgia that have received Recognized ASCA Model Program (RAMP) status for 2017. These schools have shown their commitment to a comprehensive, data driven school counseling program. This year 104 schools from 27 states will receive this designation.  RAMP recipients will be honored at the awards dinner at the ASCA Annual Conference in Denver in July.

Bryant Elementary School, Mableton
Carlton J. Kell High School, Marietta
Duluth High School, Duluth
Fair Street Elementary School, Gainesville
Glenn C. Jones Middle School, Buford
Hightower Trail Middle School, Marietta
Ithica Elementary School, Villa Rica
Kemp Elementary School, Powder Springs
Mt. Bethel Elementary School, Marietta
North Forsyth High School, Cumming
North Gwinnett Middle School, Sugar Hill
Osborne High School, Marietta
Parkview High School, Lilburn
Peachtree Ridge High School, Suwanee
Riverwood International Charter School, Sandy Springs
Roberts Elementary School, Suwanee
Smyrna Elementary School, Smyrna
Sope Creek Elementary School, Marietta

 


2016 RAMP Winners

Congratulations to the 12 schools from Georgia that have received Recognized ASCA Model Program (RAMP) status for 2016. These schools have shown their commitment to a comprehensive, data driven school counseling program. This year's class of RAMP recipients will be honored at the awards dinner, July 10, at the ASCA Annual Conference in Denver.

Alan C. Pope High School (Re-RAMP), Marietta
Arcado Elementary School, Lilburn
Centennial High School (Re-RAMP), Roswell
Couch Middle School, Grayson
Esther Jackson Elementary School, Roswell
Grace Snell Middle School, Loganville
Lovinggood Middle School, Powder Springs
McCleskey Middle School (Re-RAMP), Marietta
Northview High School, Johns Creek
South Cobb High School, Austell
Summit Hill Elementary School, Milton
Twin Rivers Middle School, Buford

 


 

2015 RAMP Winners

Congratulations to the 8 schools from Georgia that have received Recognized ASCA Model Program (RAMP) status for 2015. These schools have shown their commitment to a comprehensive, data driven school counseling program. This year's class of RAMP recipients will be honored at the awards dinner, June 30, at the ASCA Annual Conference in Phoenix. Georgia has a total of 101 RAMP schools, which is 17% of the 596 awards that have been given out nationally!!

Annistown Elementary School, Snellville (Re-RAMP)
Campbell HIgh School, Smyrna (Re-RAMP)
Hubbard Elementary School, Forsyth
North Cobb High School, Kennesaw
Roswell High School, Roswell
Shiloh High School, Snellville
Summerour MIddle School, Norcross
Wells Elementary School, Macon (Re-RAMP)

 

 


 

2014 RAMP Winners

Congratulations to the 14 schools from Georgia that have received Recognized ASCA Model Program (RAMP) status for 2014. This year 72 schools, from 18 states, earned the RAMP status. These schools have shown their commitment to a comprehensive, data-driven school counseling program. This year's class of RAMP recipients will be honored at the awards dinner, July 1, at the ASCA Annual Conference in Orlando. Georgia once again had the highest number of winners!!

Carlton J. Kell High School, Marietta
Dawnville Elementary School, Dalton
Decatur High School, Decatur
Dowell Elementary School, Marietta
Hahira Middle School, Hahira
Hightower Trail Middle School, Marietta
Hillgrove High School, Powder Springs (Re-RAMP)
Kemp Elementary School, Powder Springs
M.H. Mason Elementary School (Re-RAMP), Duluth
North Forsyth High School, Cumming
Peachtree Ridge High School (Re-RAMP), Suwanee
Roberts Elementary School, Suwanee
Sope Creek Elementary School (Re-RAMP), Marietta
White Oak Eleentary School (Re-RAMP), Sugar Hill

 


 

2013 RAMP Winners

Congratulations to the 14 schools from Georgia that have received Recognized ASCA Model Program (RAMP) status for 2013. This year 72 schools, from 18 states, earned the RAMP status. These schools have shown their commitment to a comprehensive, data-driven school counseling program. This year's class of RAMP recipients will be honored at the awards dinner, July 2, at the ASCA Annual Conference in Philadelphia. Georgia once again had the highest number of winners!!

Alan C. Pope High School, Marietta (Re-Ramp)
Allatoona High School, Atworth
Bradwell Institute, Hinesville
Centennial High School, Roswell (Re-Ramp)
Collins Hill High School, Suwanee (Re-Ramp)
K.B. Sutton Elementary School, Forsyth
Level Creek Elementary School, Suwanee
Mary Persons High School, Forsyth
Miller Grover Middle School, Decatur
Puckett's Mill Elementary School, Dacula
Sander's Elementary School, Austell
Settles Bridge Elementary School, Suwanee (Re-Ramp)
T.G. Scott Elementary Schopl, Forsyth
William Hubbard Middle School, Forsyth

 


 

2012 ASCA RAMP Winners

Berkley Lake Elementary School
DeKalb Alternative School
George Walton High School
Hull Middle School
J. H. House Elementary School
Lassiter High School
McCleskey Middle School
Peek’s Chapel Elementary School
Silver City Elementary School
Trip Elementary School
Vickery Creek Elementary School
Wells Elementary School

 


 

2011 ASCA RAMP Winners

Annistown Elementary School; Snellville, GA
Benefield Elementary School; Lawrenceville, GA
Bethesda Elementary School; Lawrenceville, GA
Campbell High School; Smyrna, GA
Creekland Middle School; Lawrenceville, GA
Hillgrove High School; Powder Springs, GA
J.C. Magill Elementary School; Loganville, GA
Live Oak Elementary School; Covington, GA
Miller Grove High School; Lithonia, Georgia
Nickajack Elementary School;Smyrna, GA
North Fayette Elementary School; Fayetteville GA
Peachtree Elementary School; Norcross, GA
Peachtree Ridge High School; Suwanee, GA
Pine Street Elementary School; Conyers, GA
Robert J. Burch Elementary School; Tyrone, GA
Shoal Creek Elementary School; Conyers, GA
Sope Creek Elementary School; Marietta, GA
White Oak Elementary School; Sugar Hill, Georgia

 


 

2010 ASCA RAMP Winners

Alan C. Pope High School, Marietta, Georgia
Belmont Hills Elementary, Smyrna, Georgia
Bloomfield Middle School, Macon, Georgia
Centennial High School, Roswell, Georgia
Chestnut Mountain Elementary School, Flowery Branch, Georgia
Collins High School, Suwanee, Georgia
Dorothy L. Sims Elementary School, Conyers, Georgia
Dr. M.H. Mason Elementary School, Duluth, Georgia
Flat Shoals Elementary, Conyers, Georgia
Glenn C. Jones Middle School, Buford, Georgia
Grayson Elementary School, Grayson, Georgia
Harrison High School, Kennesaw, Georgia
Honey Creek Elementary, Conyers, Georgia
Houston County High School, Warner Robins, Georgia
Lorraine Elementary School, Stockbridge, Georgia
Louise Radloff Middle School, Duluth, Georgia
Perry Middle School, Perry, Georgia
Warner Robins Middle School, Warner Robins, Georgia

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.

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