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Brea guidance department recognized as an ASCA National Model Program

6 years ago by in ( News , Schools , Welcome to Brea )

The Brea Olinda High School Guidance Department has earned a national award, making BOHS the most highly decorated and recognized high school guidance department in the United States. Receivers of the award include (left to right)Rob Stelmar, Becky Marchant, Kim Kessel, Beth McDonald, and Jennifer Cormier (not shown Jenny Begin).(courtesy Mike Knaus)

    National award: The Brea Olinda High School Guidance Department was recently informed that they met the criteria to become a Recognized ASCA Model Program by the American School Counselor Association for an unprecedented fourth time. Brea Olinda is the only high school in the nation to accomplish this feat and coupled with their past SPARC (Support Personnel Accountability Report Card) awards from the State Superintendent of Public Instruction and Co- lead Counselor, Congratulations, Wildcats!

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