Chicago Public Schools (IL) has increased 2- and 4-year college enrollment by 26% and more than tripled scholarship dollars received using Naviance across the district. Through real-time tracking, they have provided tailored interventions to students ensuring that they are not only creating a post-high school plan, but succeeding every step of the way.
Edmonds School District (WA) recently implemented a pilot program for first-generation middle schools. By focusing on college and career readiness at an early age, Edmunds aims to put all students on an even playing field beginning in early high school.
Hobsons recently surveyed 224 admissions counselors to get their perspective of life on the road. Road warriors from all over the country provided their insights on high school visits, lunch room visits, interactions with high school counselors and students, as well as travel habits throughout the season. Admissions professionals also provided advice for school counselors who host visits on their campus.
Hobsons surveyed college admissions counselors in late 2016 to get their perspective of life on the road. Road warriors from all over the country provided their insights on high school visits, lunch room visits, interactions with high school counselors and students, as well as travel habits throughout the season. Admissions professionals also provided advice for school counselors who host visits on their campus.
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FAFSA applications increased by 37% at Naaman Forest High School in the Garland Independent School District (TX). In an effort by counselors and administration, Naaman Forest helped their underserved students find a path to postsecondary success.
Studies show that parent involvement in a student’s education can be one of the biggest factors affecting success during and after high school. And while critically important, schools often struggle to get parents involved. Limited staff time, a lack of resources to provide parents, or uncertainty about how to engage families are just a few contributing factors. One district in Connecticut, however, has seen success in fostering collaboration and engaging parents using the college and career planning and scholarship search tools included in Naviance.
When Colorado enacted a requirement in 2009 that required all students in grades 9-12 to create and manage an Individual Career & Academic Plan (ICAP), Jeffco turned to Naviance – a one-stop solution that brings all the pieces of an effective college and career readiness program together.
Before implementing Naviance, Boothbay had a 52% college application rate. Through the use of Naviance’s college search and application tools, they saw an increase to 94% of seniors applying to college, an 80% increase in one year.
Since implementing Naviance, Adams 12 increased its graduation rate by 12%, and data collected through Naviance helped the district justify spending to restore counseling positions that had been lost due to budget cuts.