High School & Beyond. Click here to access many amazing resources!
  • The High School and Beyond Plan is a Washington State graduation requirement.  As an important step in transitioning to life after high school, the High School and Beyond Plan helps students focus on setting goals, as well as preparation and readiness for future work, career and/or college. 

    Starting in middle school, students work with their families and school staff to develop their High School and Beyond Plan.  Students continue to revise their plan each year through middle school and high school as their interests and/or goals change. 

  • What is Naviance?

    Naviance is our district's online tool for creating personalized High School and Beyond Plans, including setting personal goals, planning for college and careers, searching for colleges and training programs, developing financial plans, and exploring careers based on skills and interests. 

    Naviance is accessible to middle school and high school students and their families.  School staff provide lessons beginning in 6th grade extending through their senior year, to help students access the tools in Naviance and explore their post-secondary options based on their personal interests. 

    To access Naviance, click here

  • Naviance Information & Resources

    It can be challenging to figure out where to go and who to go to when you need help navigating your way through the exploration of your post-secondary options.  The resources below provide links to additional information that may be helpful throughout the year.  Check back often as things are constantly updated!



    Need more help Navigating Naviance Student?

    Check out the "how to" videos for everything from logging on to requesting transcripts and locating scholarships!


    Helpful Links


    Links to helpful resources for students and families!

    There is so much information and it is sometimes difficult to know where to go to find what you need. Check out these links to resources to help you navigate your senior year.