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The mission of WSCA is to advance the profession of school counseling in preschool through post-secondary in order to maximize the academic performance, career planning, and personal/social growth of every student.
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The Wisconsin School Counselor Association, Inc. (WSCA)

  • Serves over 1400 school counselors in Wisconsin
  • Supports school counselors' efforts to promote academic, personal/social and career development in all students
  • Provides professional development
  • Advocates for school counselors with legislators, parents, school boards and other educational professionals
  • Promotes research on school counseling programs


Becoming a member of the Wisconsin School Counselor Association is a tremendous asset to your professional career. It is an organization that is comprised of school counselors throughout the state of Wisconsin.

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2015 Annual Conference

150 attendees for the ACP Pre-Conference with Dr. Gregg Curtis! School Counselors are recognizing the significance we will play in this state mandate and we're getting ready to answer the call!
Lots of exhibitors! Companies that have resources that could help us in our practice come back year after year because school counselors take advantage of multiple resources to assist our students and families.
Our State Superintendent Tony Evers acknowledged the importance of school counselors in our schools. He even said, "The WSCPAR is a stroke of genius for [WSCA] in showing accountability."
Over 80 sessions offered! Many of the sessions were given by practicing school counselors sharing what is working for them so that we can all benefit from each others brilliance!
Cake and champagne celebration of 50 years for WSCA!!!! From the looks of the photo booth pictures, people did a great job of unwinding after a full day of professional development.
Minnijean Brown Trickey. She's living history, and her speech was challenging. Two big takeaways. FIrst, many of us are not aware of significant moments in the history of the U.S. related to African Americans. Second, "If African-Americans don't live where you are, there is probably a reason." To address both of those challenging statements, you may want to take a look at this brief history of African-Americans in Wisconsin:
Paul Wesselman, one of keynotes for next year, wants to hear from us now so he can take all year getting ready for us. Paul has offered to provide a special inspirational treat to any of our members who connect with him after THIS year’s conference. Send a blank email to (and no spammy stuff, he promises!).
Read Marcus Engel's WSCA Conference Blog posting titled, School Counselors and Silver Bullets -


Make your plans to attend the 2015 WSCA Annual Conference to be held February 17-19, 2015 at the Monona Terrace Convention Center, Madison WI

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  • Coming August 2015

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