Memphis-Shelby County Schools is partnering with Naviance to strengthen and expand supports and opportunities that will help prepare and propel our students to achieve their post-secondary goals. As the largest public school district in Tennessee, MSCS serves more than 30,000 students in grades 8-12, who now have access to the most widely adopted college-, career- and life-readiness (CCLR) platform in the country, with use by over 13 million students in 14,000 schools.
What is Naviance Student?
Naviance Student is a web-based program that supports students in exploring and developing their postsecondary plans. It addresses four key areas of college and career readiness:
Self-Discovery – “Who Am I?”
Students find college and career pathways that are right for them.
Career Exploration – “What Do I Want To Be?”
Students realize their strengths, goals, skills, knowledge, and interests to help them make better academic decisions.
Academic Planning – “How Will I Get There?”
Students connect academic achievement with long-term goals.
College and Career Preparation – “Will I Be Successful?”
Students research and compare colleges and universities, explore and apply to scholarship opportunities, and track the status of transcripts and letters of recommendations.
Introduction to Naviance
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Naviance College-, Career- and Life-Readiness (CCLR) Curriculum
How to Use Naviance Student
The Student Journey in Naviance
What can students do in the Naviance Student program?
- Research Colleges: Compare grade point average, standardized test scores and other statistics to actual historical data from our schools 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 for future college and career goals.
- Receive Updates and Information: Naviance Student can share information about upcoming meetings and events, local scholarship opportunities and other resources for college and career planning.