Increase graduation, college enrollment and matriculation, and career success
Achieve your strategic initiatives with a solution based on proven best practices. In addition to helping students achieve college and career objectives, help them build the social emotional, interpersonal, and transition skills they need for lifelong success.
Comprehensive readiness solution for grades 6-12
Naviance helps you bring everyone involved in student readiness – academic and career counselors, administrators, and families – together to help students find their best-fit path and prepare for life after high school.
Meet state mandates
Help students choose coursework and achieve state-mandated competency requirements.
Provide all students with equitable access to information about colleges and careers so that they can make informed choices.
Centralize support tools for students and save staff time. Give students the resources to efficiently plan courses, explore colleges, and manage the application process.
Engage students and families
Keep students motivated to achieve their goals and strengthen partnerships with families to build a support network.
Increase visibility and accountability of your strategic initiatives, so that all students have the support they need.
Show progress toward your goals with benchmarks and comparisons, plus actionable insights for improvement.
Naviance supports essential competencies for college, career, and life readiness
Naviance is aligned to a research-backed framework that outlines six essential competencies required for postsecondary success: social emotional learning, interpersonal skills, academic skills, career knowledge, college knowledge, and transition skills.
The Naviance College, Career, and Life Readiness Framework® is a comprehensive toolset that helps you assess your students’ competencies and deliver grade-specific content and activities to strengthen them.
With Naviance, the counselor sees the whole student, not just a graduation checklist but a career plan and a focus and a program of study. It’s a true 6-12 model that doesn’t break. Instead of each silo working, it’s the district working.
Amye Chambers, Career Development Facilitator, Fort Smith Public Schools, Arkansas
Students are typically coming to us very unprepared for high school and therefore unprepared for college. So, we’ve been focused on getting them ready for that experience and finishing. It’s not just about getting into college, but it’s also about the right fit and the right match.
Dr. Bill Heiser, President, Christo Rey Jesuit High School, Maryland