To begin planning and researching for a future career, it is important to identify some things about “you.” Specifically, it is important to explore your interests, aptitudes, temperament, and your values. There are several resources to help guide you through this exploration process.

What is Naviance and how do I access?

Naviance Student allows your student to:

  • Get involved in the planning and advising process – Build a resume, complete online surveys, and manage timelines and deadlines for making decisions about colleges and careers
  • Research colleges – Compare GPA, standardized test scores, and other statistics to actual historical data from our school for students who have applied and been admitted in the past
  • Research careers – Research hundreds of careers and career clusters, and take career assessments
  • Create plans for the future – Create goals and to-dos, and complete tasks assigned by the school to better prepare your student for future college and career goals.

Naviance Student also lets us share information with you and your student about upcoming meetings and events, local scholarship opportunities, and other resources for college and career information.

To visit our school’s Naviance Student site, use an Internet browser to connect to:

When you visit the site for the first time,

  1. click the “I need to register” link,
  2. Enter your personal registration code
  3. Follow the on-screen instructions to create your own account. If you do not know your registration code, contact the counseling office for assistance.

Note: You and your student may receive different registration codes, and that each code can be used only once. Once you have your own account, you will sign in using the username and password you chose during the registration process.

We hope that you will find this resource helpful. If you have questions about Naviance Student, please contact us.

Naviance/Family Connection and Career Exploration


Within NAVIANCE Family Connection, students can utilize the About Me tab to begin their guided self-exploration. Tenth graders will be guided through the Career Interest Profiler, which will match students with potential careers and college majors that fit their strengths and interests. The interest profiler has 180 questions about work activities that people do at their jobs. The Cluster Finder will help students learn what career clusters may be a good match, based on their activities of interest, personal qualities that they have and subjects that they enjoy studying in school.

Other Naviance Features: 

Success Planner – allows school staff members to create tangible, action-oriented, and personalized plans that focus students on what needs to be accomplished in Naviance.

Goals – created by school staff (or can use built-in options) and can be assigned to a single student or groups

Tasks – created by school staff and can be assigned to a single student or group of students.

To-dos – action steps created by students and can be associated to a goal. This is an effortless way for students to keep track of things that they need to take care of or want to accomplish.

Career Research Tools

RoadTrip Nation – a digital career exploration tool that enables students to discover new pathways, interests, and ambitions. The archive includes more than 3,500 full-length video interviews chronicling the diverse personal stories of leaders who have turned their interests into their life’s work.

Success Planner Tools

Explore Careers and Clusters – students can view career profiles and career cluster profiles to learn more about careers they are interested in. Students can learn about skills required, college degrees to pursue that career, typical tasks, and activities for that line of work, and potential wages.

Career Assessments – students can complete several career assessments to get career recommendations based on interests, personal qualities, intelligence, and/or strengths.



Colleges I’m Thinking About List – as students complete their college research and find schools of interest, they can add them to the Colleges I’m Thinking About list in Naviance.

Colleges I’m Applying To List – as students finalize their college list, they will complete College Match.

SuperMatchTM – a search tool that helps students find the right fit for college. Students select from a list of college decision factors and rank their importance. As the student makes selections, the best-match colleges appear with information about why the college(s) is a good match.

College Match-Universal Overlaps – matches students based on colleges on their lists, system will identify colleges that commonly overlap with the colleges in the student’s list based on data from the entire Naviance Network.

College Resources – provides a list of web resources about colleges, financial aid, and other key topics in the college admissions process.