Naviance students are more likely to stay on track
increase in college application rate
Boothbay Sr. High School (ME)
college acceptance rate
Cristo Rey Jesuit High School (MD)
increase in workforce entrance
Oro Grande School District (CA)
increase in FAFSA completion
Naaman Forest High School (TX)
Naviance supports all future goals and pathways
Naviance enables students to discover their strengths, interests, and future aspirations that will inform a pathway as unique as they are. For some, that includes postsecondary education; for others, that means entering the workforce, joining the military, or taking a gap year.
Whatever pathway a student takes, we’re here to support them and their network of educators, families, and communities with a research-backed and proven approach that not only prepares them for college and careers, but for life.
Why schools and districts choose Naviance
Support for All Future Pathways
Whether students are seeking entrance into college, career, military, or gap year, Naviance solutions support every pathway beyond high school.
One-Stop Shop Solution
Cover all the steps in your students’ K-12 journey, from self-discovery to college and career planning, with a toolkit that enables staff to manage all critical workflows in one place.
Personalized Course & Future Planning
Help students identify their strengths, explore careers, create academic plans, match to best-fit educational opportunities, and finish what they start.
Social Emotional Learning
Leverage online content and assessments to flexibly incorporate critical social emotional learning and bolster graduation success.
For Educators, by Educators
Receive unwavering support from a dedicated team, many of whom have a background in teaching, school counseling, and higher education themselves.
Actionable Reporting & Analytics
Track activities completion and outcomes to see how your school or district alumni succeed in college, and use your findings to advise students and improve your program.
How Schools Use Naviance
Everett Public Schools
For Everett Public Schools (WA), the 2003-2004 on-time graduation rate was 58%. Wanting to see improvement, the district turned to social emotional learning (SEL) strategies, which encompasses emotional intelligence, grit, self-awareness, the ability to make informed decisions and an understanding of one’s strengths and interests.
The Everett initiative brought together leadership, counselors, teachers and a designated “High School and Beyond/Naviance facilitator” in a holistic approach. They devised ways to personalize support for each student and used data to design interventions and strategies for college, career and life planning. By 2019, the on-time graduation rate was 95.9%.
Longwood Senior High School
Longwood Senior High School (NY) created an Academy model, where students have opportunities to work with local businesses and earn college credits and industry certifications. The model allows Longwood to “be more purposeful and targeted to the individual interests, rather than a group of individuals.”
Since implementing the Academy model, Longwood increased the number of dual-credit courses by 85% to accommodate student interest. Students have completed nearly 800 resumes using Naviance, compared to none previously; and the number of prospective college applications and activities completed doubled among 11th graders.
A research-backed approach to college, career, and life readiness
College and career readiness programs have long focused on academic knowledge and behaviors, but research shows that social emotional learning, interpersonal skills, and transition skills are also critical to helping students navigate their paths through life. Under the College, Career, and Life Readiness Framework, the Naviance platform helps you understand students’ interests, strengths, and needs, so you can individualize support to help them reach their goals.