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Welcome to KSCA!

The Kentucky School Counselor Association is a non-profit organization that represents Kentucky school counselors. We are made up of an elected board, appointed positions, and community liasons. We support school counselors through professional development, resources, and advocacy at the state and national level. We empower school counselors to lead systemic change by delivering to all students an ASCA National Model Program, aligned with state standards for academic, personal/social, and career development.

Mission Statement

The mission of the Kentucky School Counselor Association (KSCA) is to represent professional school counselors and promote ethical practices and professionalism. KSCA empowers professional school counselors with knowledge, skills, connections and resources to support academic, career and personal/social development of all students.

Conference 2020

Registration is now open!

This year’s Conference will be September 16-18, 2020. Participants will have the opportunity to hear from some fantastic keynote speakers and many more presenters.

2020 Kentucky School Counselor Association Annual Conference - Online! 


We are so thankful for all of the registrations we have received for the KSCA Conference in-person event, and are looking forward to seeing everyone in less than a couple of weeks. The Griffin Gate Marriott is fully prepared to host our event with appropriate social distancing and health & safety guidelines in place.

For those of you who cannot be with us in person, we are excited to announce a virtual option called 
KSCA Online. Some of the on-site sessions will be broadcast live from the Grffin Gate Marriott in Lexington, but a majority of the sessions will be recorded and placed on the virtual platform after the conclusion of the on-site event. We are offering the online option at a price of $85. You can find out more and register by clicking - here

A vacancy exists on the KASA Board of Directors representing school counselors.

As a school counselor and KASA member, I invite you to participate in the process to elect your representative.

Eligibility to Serve
Nominations are being accepted through August 28, 2020, with an online election conducted shortly thereafter. In accordance with the bylaws, nominees must meet the following criteria to serve on the board of directors:

  1. Be a professional or premier member of KASA
  2. Be available to serve a three-year term (2020-2023) – Directors representing role groups may succeed themselves for one additional term if re-elected or re-appointed.
  3. Attend board meetings in the spring and fall each year (fall board retreat – September 17, 2020; fall board meeting – November 19-20, 2020; and spring board meeting – June 10-11, 2021)

Details regarding the position
KASA provides travel reimbursement to participate in board meetings. To learn more about this position, review the following:

  1. Volunteer Job Description  
  2. KASA Constitution & Bylaws

How to Nominate
If you wish to nominate a colleague or volunteer to serve, please complete and submit the nomination form by 4 p.m. August 28. If you have questions, reach out to me at (800) 928-5272 (ext. 106) or email wandad@kasa.org.

The successful candidate will serve a three-year term and will begin at the conclusion of the election, September 14, 2020.

Best regards,

Wanda Darland
KASA Associate Director

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