Welcome to the official website of the Kansas School Counselor Association!
The Kansas School Counselor Association invites all school counselors and counseling students to join KSCA. We hope you will find information and resources to assist you in our common goal to collaboratively address the mental health needs and support the academic, career, and social-emotional development of each student in Kansas.
KSCA, a state division of ASCA, is the professional association for school counselors in Kansas. KSCA is uniquely designed to provide both preventive and developmental instruction, support, and services within an educational setting. Through the management and delivery of school counseling core curriculum, individual student planning, and responsive services, our programs focus on both student and professional competencies developed for and within our schools. Kansas counselors use data to demonstrate the impact of Kansas school counseling programs on student achievement, attendance, and behavior to guide future action and improve results for all students.
Thank you for visiting the Kansas School Counseling website and KSCA to learn more about the school counseling profession. We value the opportunity to work closely with individuals and organizations that promote student mental health and achievement. There are many exciting opportunities ahead to grow through our service in the areas of leadership, collaboration, and advocacy. We hope you will join us!
Check out the latest KSCA/ASCA Newsletter, https://asca.informz.net/informzdataservice/onlineversion/ind/bWFpbGluZ2luc3RhbmNlaWQ9ODQ1OTM1OCZzdWJzY3JpYmVyaWQ9MTEyMTU3NTA0OA==
Dr. Lyndsey Brown
Assistant Professor in Counselor Education at Emporia State University
Former high school, middle school, and elementary counselor
KSCA MISSION STATEMENT:
The mission of KSCA is to promote the implementation of comprehensive school counseling programs, advancing and insuring quality academic, career, and social-emotional development of all students by licensed school counselors.