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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

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.