2023 VSCA Achievement Award Recipients Honored at Convention
Each year, VSCA recognizes schools that achieve our highest honor for a council, the Achievement Award.
“VSCA is proud to honor these student councils for implementing a strong, well-rounded student council program at the local level,” said Lyn Fiscus, director of the Virginia Student Councils Association. “Student council leaders are making a difference in schools across the Commonwealth with their leadership. We applaud their efforts and challenge them to continue engaging the students at their schools in leadership, spirit, civic, and service projects.”
Congratulations to the following schools that earned the VSCA Achievement Award for 2023:
Bayside High School
Buckingham County High School
Buffalo Gap High School
Courtland High School
Deep Creek High School
Freedom High School (Loudoun)
Grassfield High School
Hayfield Elementary School
C.D. Hylton High School
Liberty High School
Massaponax High School
Mechanicsville High School
Orange County High School
Tomahawk Creek Middle School
Woodgrove High School
Your school should be on this list!
Plan now to apply for this year's award.
VSCA Awards and Honors
Each year VSCA recognizes outstanding advisers, principals, and student councils at the State Convention with a variety of awards.
The Achievement Award is the highest honor for student councils. To be recognized, schools must apply and submit documentation of completing a variety of activities. The required and additional projects must be assembled in a portfolio and reviewed by the school principal. All member schools that complete the criteria will receive the Award.
The Advisor of the Year and Administrator of the Year awards recognize those who go above and beyond the usual in their support of student council programs.
Specific details and applications for these awards can be found at the links below, with January deadlines for submission:
Awards Packet 2023-24 for the following awards:
Administrator of the Year
Advisor of the Year
Outstanding Student Council Project Award