Broward County Public Schools is providing Naviance Student for all district students in grades 6-12 to help with college and career planning! This world-class system is designed to inform students, parents, and schools with:
- Researching careers, colleges, and majors
- Finding local and national scholarships and enrichment programs
- Exploring students’ career interests, learning styles, personality types, and multiple intelligences
- Building resumes and holistic portfolios for job and college applications
- Setting goals and developing personalized plans for success
- Requesting and sending transcripts. Here is a quick guide on how 12th graders can request a transcipt through Naviance.
- Learning about success skills, financial planning, self-discovery, and building support network
Learn more about Naviance by watching this short video here:
Log on to Naviance Student
All students in grades 6-12 in district schools have access to Naviance Student. Each school has it’s own website address. Choose your school from the dropdown menu below to locate the correct web address.:
Students will log in with their Single Sign On (SSO) account.
Parents can access their child’s Naviance Student account as a guest to view college and career information. Parents will need an access code to view thier child's Naviance account. Access codes can be obtained from the School Counselor at your school.
Click here to go to your school's Naviance Student site
- AMIKIDS - Greater Ft. Lauderdale
- Annabel C. Perry Elementary
- Apollo Middle School
- Atlantic Technical College
- Attucks Middle School
- Bair Middle School
- Beachside Montessori Village
- Blanche Ely High School
- Boyd H. Anderson High School
- Broward Girls Academy
- Broward Regional Detention Center
- Broward Virtual Education
- Broward Youth Treatment Center
- Charles W Flanagan High School
- Coconut Creek High School
- College Academy at BC
- Cooper City High School
- Coral Glades High School
- Coral Springs Elementary School
- Coral Springs High School
- Coral Springs Middle School
- Cross Creek School
- Crystal Lake Community Middle
- Cypress Bay High School
- Cypress Run Alternative
- Dave Thomas Education Center
- Deerfield Beach High School
- Deerfield Beach Middle School
- Dillard 6-12
- Driftwood Middle School
- Everglades High School
- Falcon Cove Middle School
- Forest Glen Middle School
- Fort Lauderdale High School
- Glades Middle School
- Gulfstream Middle School
- Henry D. Perry Education Center
- Hallandale High School
- Henry D. Perry Middle School
- Hollywood Hills High School
- Indian Ridge Middle School
- J. P. Taravella High School
- James S. Rickards Middle School
- Lanier-James Education Center
- Lauderdale Lakes Middle School
- Lauderhill 6-12
- Lyons Creek Middle School
- Margate Middle School
- Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School
- McArthur High School
- Millennium Collegiate Academy
- Miramar High School
- Monarch High School
- New Renaissance Middle School
- New River Middle School
- North Lauderdale Elementary
- Northeast High School
- Nova High School
- Nova Middle School
- Olsen Middle School
- Pace Center For Girls, Inc.
- Parkway Middle School
- Pine Ridge Alternative Center
- Pines Middle School
- Pioneer Middle School
- Piper High School
- Plantation High School
- Plantation Middle School
- Pompano Beach Middle School
- Pompano Beach High School
- Pompano Youth Treatment Center
- Ramblewood Middle School
- Sawgrass Springs Middle School
- Seagull School
- Seminole Middle School
- Sheridan Technical College
- Silver Lakes Middle School
- Silver Trail Middle School
- Sheridan Technical College
- South Broward High School
- South Plantation High School
- Stranahan High School
- Sunrise Middle School
- Tequesta Trace Middle School
- Walter C. Young Middle School
- West Broward High School
- Western High School
- Westglades Middle School
- Willam T. McFatter Technical High School
Research careers, colleges, and majors
Students will be able to search for and be matched with careers, majors, technical schools, colleges, and universities based upon self-selected criteria.
Colleges can be compared side-by-side to make informed decisions about admissions requirements, cost of attendance, programs of study, student activities, and more.
Students can take virtual tours of most schools, access admissions applications, and compare their own Core GPA and SAT/ACT scores to those of students in their school who have been accepted/denied from the colleges of interest.
Find scholarships and enrichment programs
Students will be able to search for and be matched with both local and national scholarships based upon their own academic and demographic data.
The national Sallie Mae scholarship database is available within Naviance – Family Connection, providing access to over 3 million scholarships, worth more than $13 Billion.
BCPS will also add all local scholarships into the system so students can find and match with community-based opportunities.
Explore your interests, styles, personality, and intelligences
Students can take a variety of research-based self-assessments to learn about their:
These results provide recommendations for applying this knowledge to improve study skills, relationships, college selection, and career choices.
Build resumes and portfolios for job and college applications
Students are guided through the development of each section of a resume that can be printed and used for application to a job or school.
Videos, photos, or other digital documents can be stored in an electronic locker to remind students of accomplishments when completing applications.
Set goals and develop personalized plans
Students can set academic, behavioral, career, or other goals, then develop a personalized program that outlines the steps to achieve each goal. Schools can also assign students to complete tasks and monitor completion of each activity.
Students will be able to request copies of their transcripts online and monitor the document’s submission by the high school.
Do What You Are® 2.0
The Do What You Are® assessment uses personality types to suggest careers and clusters that might be a good match for a student.
During the assessment, students can stop and save their progress. The results of the assessment provide students with a four-part personality type. Each of the four parts represents a personality trait that contributes to the student’s overall personality type. The results page has detailed information about the student’s personality type and potential careers and majors for the student to consider. View more information about the potential outcomes of the Do What You Are assessment.
This assessment is recommended for high school students (9th to 12th grade), but can be used effectively with 8th graders.
MI Advantage™ 2.0
The MI Advantage assessment uses Multiple Intelligences theory to reveal students’ intelligence strengths and challenges, and then provides suggestions on way to develop all their intelligences.
There are 72 questions in the assessment and students can stop and save their progress at any time. The results of MI Advantage include a strategies to boost intelligences with low and medium scores and school receive helpful insight and practical advice for instructional alternatives. View more information about the potential outcomes of the MIAdvantage assessment.
This assessment is recommend for middle school and high school students (8th to 12th grade.)
The Learning Style Inventory™ 2.0
The Learning Style Inventory assessment allows students to boost academic potential by recognizing their natural learning style, discover better learning strategies, and gain career development skills. The assessment provides students with a report that can be used to increase understanding of the student’s needs at school.
The assessment takes approximately 20 minute to complete, and students can stop and save their progress at any time. The results of the assessment provide students with an analysis of their personal preferences in 16 different areas. View more information about the potential outcomes of the Learning Style Inventory assessment.
This assessment is recommended for middle school and high school students (6th to 12th grade.)
StrengthsExplorer® is a strengths assessment that assesses 10 talent themes for individuals and identifies each student’s three strongest emerging talents. Upon completion of StrengthsExplorer, students will be provided with explanations of their top three themes and will learn how to capitalize on their success and discover what they need to do next to continue building on their strengths.
Facts about StrengthsExplorer:
- The assessments contains 78 short questions and is recommended for grades 6-10.
- Students can only take StrengthsExplorer one time. Why?
- School staff cannot take the assessment on behalf of a student. (When school staff are ghosted into a student's Family Connection account, the start button will be greyed out.)
- Students cannot go back and change their answers.
- Student answers are automatically saved as they progress through the assessment.
- For a complete look at the student and parent experience with StrengthsExplorer, watch the StrengthsExplorer Guided Tour.
Career Cluster Finder
The Career Cluster Finder is an online questionnaire that helps students discover career clusters that are most interesting to them. Once a student completes the Career Cluster Finder, top matching career clusters are made available for review. Students can re-take the cluster finder at any time.
The Career Cluster Finder is enabled when the Career Search is enabled for Family Connection.
Students can access the Career Cluster Finder by logging into Family Connection and going to Careers > Cluster Finder.
To re-take the Career Cluster Finder, students can click the Start-Over From the Beginning button.
Note: This assessment is recommended for middle school and high school students.
Career Interest Profiler
The Career Interest Profiler is an online career interest assessment for students based on Holland's interest codes. When students complete the Career Interest Profiler, their results will display their top Holland Code matches.
Facts about the Career Interest Profiler:
- There are 30 questions for each Holland code (Realistic, Investigative, Artistic, Social, Enterprising, and Conventional) for a total of 180 questions.
- The highest score possible in each area that you can receive is 30.
- The score received is based on the number of activities in each specific area that the student selected as an interest.
Students can access the Career Interest Profiler by logging into Family Connection and going to Careers > Career Interest Profiler or About Me > My Assessments
Note: This assessment is only recommended for high school students.