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The Wisconsin School Counselor Association

School Counselors are essential to the lifelong learning and success of all students.

Wisconsin School Counselor Association VISION
Our vision is for Wisconsin to be the model for excellence in equitable school counseling practice, exemplified by the advocacy, leadership, and expertise of the members of the WSCA.  

WSCA’s membership of 1200+ represents well over 50% of the professional school counselors in Wisconsin. Focused on providing quality professional development opportunities, supporting comprehensive school counseling programs, and giving one voice to professional school counselors, WSCA is dedicated to empowering school counselors throughout the state.


WSCA’s Goals (ENDS)

The Wisconsin School Counselor Association exists so there are conditions enabling Wisconsin School Counselors to practice with the highest level of effectiveness using an equity lens to the extent that justifies available resources.

  1. School counselors (active and pre-service) have the knowledge necessary for effective school counseling practices to develop, implement, and evaluate comprehensive school counseling programs.
    1. School Counselors have the knowledge about current ethical and professional practices and their application.
    2. School counselors are knowledgeable about trends in school counseling and education.
    3. School counselors are knowledgeable about leadership and advocacy principles.
    4. School counselors are knowledgeable about equitable and culturally responsive practices.
  2.  Key Stakeholders (including but not limited to) school administrators, policy makers, and community members will understand the impact made by the school counselor implementing a comprehensive school counseling program.

Click here to download the WSCA Bylaws


WSCA Strategic Plan

The WSCA Directors of Operations have developed a five-year Strategic Plan.

Click here to view WSCA’s Strategic Plan from March 2021



ASCA Position Statements

The American School Counselor Association Position Statements cover a wide range of topics, and describe the rationale for school counseling program interventions in each of these areas. The ASCA Position Statements are a valuable reference for school counselors, parents, teachers, administrators, community members, and the press.

On a rotating basis, position statements are updated annually at the ASCA delegate assembly, a gathering of representatives from each of the state school counseling associations.
Wisconsin sends two school counselor leaders to the annual delegate assembly held in conjunction with the ASCA Annual Conference.


View ASCA Position Statements

Sponsorship & Advertising

Sponsorship and advertising with WSCA allows you to reach a large targeted audience of school counselors in a cost effective way.
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Graduate Students

WSCA seeks graduate students to present their scholarly work at the WSCA Conference!
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Many of the board members would appreciate having more volunteers on their committees.
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Get Involved

WSCA's Board of Directors is looking for members like you to get involved.
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WSCA Leadership Team

Strengthen your leadership skills by taking on a leadership role with WSCA.
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