Oklahoma School Counseling Accountability Report (OSCAR)

A continuous improvement tool that demonstrates how students are different as a result of your comprehensive school counseling program.

The Oklahoma School Accountability Report assists school counselors in the development of a comprehensive school counseling program by the review of data, the development of a vision and mission for the program, and by providing advocacy tools to advocate for the school counselor role.

The OSCAR is 100 percent aligned with the ASCA National Model (4th Edition) and the new Oklahoma School Counselor Framework.

Apply for an OSCAR if:

  • You're interested in getting RAMP
  • You want to better understand how to collect and evaluate data
  • You want to have a tool to advocate for your role in your building
  • You want to develop a comprehensive school counseling program
  • You want an evidenced based model that best serves every student

The deadline to apply is July 15th. Our application portal will open soon.

COVID-19 Considerations: The 2020/2021 school year OSCAR Rubric has been adjusted to accommodate for school closures and other difficulties surrounding the pandemic. Please use the associated OSCAR 20-21 Rubric.

OSCAR 2nd Edition.pdf

OSCAR 20-21 SY.pdf

OSCAR Recipients:


Booker T Washington High School in Tulsa, OK - Mary Beth Lykins, Jennifer Sack, Angela Jones, & Janna Adamo


Morrison Elementary School - Sharbee Horne

Broken Bow Public Schools - Misty Bible


Will Rogers Elementary School in Shawnee, OK - Rebecca Barry

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