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Naviance/Family Connection

Naviance is a web-based career and college readiness platform available to all middle and high school students.

Student Logins

  1. Login to your page.
  2. Click on the Clever icon.
  3. Click on the Naviance icon.
  4. You will be directed to your Naviance account.

Parent Logins

Parent First Time Log In:

If you are a first time user, you must request a registration code from your child’s school counselor or career readiness advisor. After you receive the registration code:
  1. Go to
  2. Type your child’s school into the search bar and select the school.
  3. Scroll to the bottom and click the “I’m new and need to register” link.
  4. Type in the registration code and click register.

Parent Returning User:

  1. Go to
  2. Type your child’s school into the search bar and select the school.
  3. Select parent or guardian.
  4. Enter your username and password.

Tools and Features

Self-Discovery: helps students learn more about themselves and find best-fit careers, clusters, and pathways using the Self-Discovery features in Naviance. Students will take assessments in the following assessments: personality, intelligence, strengths, career key, career cluster finder, skills, and learning and productivity. As students take these assessments, they build a portfolio that matches them to careers and majors.

Portfolio: The Student Portfolio houses all components of the student information in Naviance. This includes all the self discovery assessments, goal planning, GPA, test scores, resume, favorite careers, and course planning.

Career Planning: The Career Planning component of Naviance allows students to realize their goals, skills, knowledge, values, constraints, and interests to help them make better academic decisions. The career data is provided to Naviance from O*NET and the Bureau of Labor Statistics, US Department of Labor. O*NET is a trademark of the US Department of Labor, Employment and Training Administration. Naviance updates its databases according to the information available on these sites.

College Planning: The College Planning tools in Naviance bring the common tasks involved with college planning into one system. Students research colleges, perform college searches, understand college requirements, and learn about scholarships. Additionally, students can use scattergrams to compare their academic statistics to other students who have applied to the college.

College Application: Students utilize Naviance to request letters of recommendation from teachers and counselors. School staff submit application material to most colleges through Naviance.

Course Planning: Students can create and modify a four-year plan utilizing the HCPSS catalog of approved courses.