North Carolina School Counselor Association


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Dear North Carolina School Counselors,

Mark your calendars now for the North Carolina School Counselor Association’s 2017 Conference! We are pleased to announce the conference webpage is now launched!

We’re in the midst of planning for the upcoming conference, which is being held once again at the beautiful Sheraton Hotel and Koury Convention Center in Greensboro from November 8-10, 2017. This is a conference for school counselors, organized and developed by school counselors! Registration is now open…visit the conference webpage to find out how to sign up today! Also, please note that if you are a NCSCA member, you save more on your conference registration fees than the cost of membership! Click on the membership link on the conference webpage to join or renew your membership today!

The Board and officers of the association are working hard to create an exciting conference, featuring nationally recognized speakers and our very own talented NC school counselors! 

Also, the conference room block is open at the Sheraton Hotel. The block fills rapidly, so reserve a room now if you’re planning to attend the conference and will need one! You can follow the link in the “Accommodations” section on the conference webpage to the hotel’s reservation system for the conference room block…and the special low rate of just $138 per night!

We hope to see many of you in November!


Nominations are now open for NCSCA:


School Counselor of the Year

Counselor Educator of the Year

Counseling Director, Coordinator, Administrator of the Year

School Counselor of the Year Advocate

The Ruth McSwain Distinguished Service Award


Please send ALL nominations to Christina Welch, Awards Chair at by June 15, 2017.

More information will follow once the nomination has been received.

NCSCA Awards Criteria 2017.docx



More School Counselors of the Year to be Announced...Stay Tuned! 



NCSCA Summer Academies 2017



Check out the 2017 ASCA School Counselor of the Year photos!


NCSCA Responds to "13 Reasons Why"  

“13 Reasons Why”, the Netflix mini-series based on a novel by Jay Asher has garnered much discussion and concern from teens, parents and school counselors.  As the popularity in this mini-series rises we want to provide you with resources to use when working with students and parents who have watched the mini-series or who have heard about it.The links below lead you to resources for you to use when working with students and to give to parents.  Please share these resources with your colleagues and administration. 

2016 NCSCA Fall Conference Sponsors    

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Upcoming events

23 Jun 2017 7:45 AM • New Hanover County Board of Education Center 1805 S. 13th Street, Wilmington, NC 28401
26 Jun 2017 7:55 AM • Appalachian State University, Reich College of Education Building 151 College Street, Boone, NC

Lobbyist Reports

25 Apr 2017 3:57 PM • Tim K. Hardin
14 Oct 2016 9:24 AM • Tim K. Hardin
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