Naviance-Family Connection (commonly known as Naviance) is an online post-secondary and career exploration program that is provided for all 6th through 12th grade Eagle County School District students. The quality of career information and up-to-date college and scholarship information make this online service a premier opportunity for ECSD students to link their interests and skills with post-secondary opportunities. Naviance is the “storage locker” for ICAP information providing teachers, parents, and students an opportunity to view a student’s four-year plan, academic-extracurricular-postsecondary goals, and post-secondary preparation.
Naviance-Family Connection also lets us share information with you and your child about upcoming meetings and events, local scholarship opportunities, and other resources for college and career information. Naviance-Family Connection is also linked with Naviance Succeed™, a service that we use in our schools to track and analyze data about college and career plans, so it provides up-to-date information that’s specific to our school.
Each school has their own Naviance account. Students use their school district username and password to log in. It is web-based, so you can hop on Naviance any time. If you have any questions, talk to your school counselor.
- Battle Mountain High School:https://student.naviance.com/battlemhs
- Eagle Valley High School: http://connection.naviance.com/eaglevhs
- Red Canyon High School: https://student.naviance.com/redchs
- Vail Ski and Snowboard Academy: https://student.naviance.com/vssa
Naviance allows you and your child to:
- Get involved in the planning and advising process
- Build a resume, complete online surveys, and manage timelines and deadlines for making decisions about colleges and careers
- Research colleges
- Compare GPA, standardized test scores, and other statistics to actual historical data from our school for students who have applied and been admitted in the past (data dates to 2014/2015)
- Research hundreds of careers and career clusters, and take career assessments like the Do What You Are® test.
- Create plans for the future – Build course plans, create goals and to-dos, and complete tasks assigned to you by the school to better prepare yourself for your future college and career goals.