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Seven SAUSD Schools Achieve Prestigious ASCA RAMP Designation

Seven SAUSD schools have earned the prestigious Recognized American School Counseling Association (ASCA) Program (RAMP) designation this year! Congratulations to Muir Fundamental, Greenville Fundamental, Carr Intermediate, Mendez Intermediate, Valley High School, Santa Ana High School, and Segerstrom High School for their exceptional commitment to comprehensive, data-informed school counseling programs. Through their dedication, they've cultivated an exemplary educational environment that promotes student well-being and success. Their high-quality counseling services have had a lasting impact, earning them recognition at the ASCA Annual Conference in Kansas City, Mo., in July. This achievement reinforces SAUSD's leadership in counseling excellence, with a total of 10 schools now holding the RAMP designation. These schools join Lowell Elementary, Santiago K-8, and MacArthur Intermediate in this distinguished honor. We take pride in being the top district in Orange County and the second district in the state with the highest number of RAMP schools. Congratulations to all for this remarkable accomplishment!