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Naviance and Online Resources


The Department of School Counseling is very pleased to introduce Naviance, a comprehensive web site that students can use to assist them in making decisions about your courses, colleges, scholarships and careers.
To access Naviance for the first time students will need a personal access code, which will be provided to them by their counselor. Students can use that code to register for their own Naviance account.
To Register or log on:
Further Instructions
Under “NEW USER" enter the registration code, which will be provided to you by your counselor. To complete your Registration please enter a valid email address and then use your student ID # as the personal password. Once you accept and click on the Complete Registration button – you are logged in and can begin using Naviance.
Naviance has changed staff log-in process. Instead of using an account name, username, and password, users will use JUST an email address and password (email address & password = Naviance ID).


CollegeBoard is post-secondary oriented organization that connects high school students to college success and opportunity. This site provides SAT and AP practice, test registration, and scores. It is also a comprehensive college and scholarship search engine that allows students to explore and plan for the future. CollegeBoard links with Khan Academy to provide individualized SAT practice for students based on previous test scores. Khan Academy offers practice exercises, instructional videos, and a personalized learning dashboard that empower learners to study at their own pace in and outside of the classroom.



You need to be certified by the NCAA Eligibility Center to compete at an NCAA Division I or II school, and you must create a Certification Account to begin the process.
You need to create a Certification Account to make official visits to Divisions I and II schools or to sign a National Letter of Intent.


Create a Profile Page if you plan to compete at a Division III school or are not yet sure where you want to compete.
You'll get an NCAA ID, and NCAA will send you important reminders as you complete high school.
See Mrs. Delaney in the school counseling office for more information.
Apply online for nonfederal financial aid from almost 400 colleges and scholarship programs.
The College Board collects a fee to process the CSS/Financial Aid PROFILE.

You should only submit a PROFILE if your college or scholarship program instructs you to do so.


The official site of the Free Application for Federal Student Aid. No cost to apply. HS Seniors apply in January of their senior year.
The Common Application serves students and member institutions by providing an admission application – online and in print – that students may submit to over 800 post-secondary institutions.