During the Wisconsin School Counselor Association (WSCA) conference, Gibraltar School District was honored for the school counselors’ dedication and commitment to the school counseling field and her students. This year, 10 school counseling programs received the Program of Promise award at the annual WSCA conference in Madison. The Program of Promise award is the highest recognition that a comprehensive school counseling program can receive from WSCA. School counselors submit a Wisconsin School Counseling Program Accountability Report (WSCPAR) highlighting their data driven program, student results, and school climate and safety. At Gibraltar Middle and High School, a targeted intervention group, led by the school counselor, teaching managing materials, organization, time management, using a planner, study strategies, goal setting, and learning styles, increased GPA’s for 75 percent of the students in that group. At Gibraltar Elementary School, using the Stop, Walk, Talk anti-bullying program taught by the school counselor, Office discipline referrals decreased by 62 percent.