Columbus East High School

Columbus East High School

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With the implementation of a district-wide Naviance program, student Naviance logins have changed!
Student Username:

BCSC Novell username (example: 12smitha)
Password: Student ID
Students should begin using these logins NOW. Passwords may be changed once the student signs in to Naviance.
Please contact your counselor with any questions.

********** Your password should be your Student ID number *********


Under ABOUT ME, click on:

  • Make sure personal profile information is correct
  • Click EDIT to add EMAIL & MOBILE PHONE NUMBER, (for student and parent)
  • Click UPDATE  

Selected Software Features to Explore



How to Access


·         Record your high school activities, awards, volunteer experience, etc.  

·         Rearrange your information into multiple printable versions of a résumé that you can use to present to potential employers or colleges.

1.       Click the About Me tab

2.       Click the Résumé hyperlink under the Interesting Things About Me section

Explore Interests

·         Take a career survey, a tool that can help you discover the types of work activities and careers that match your interests.  Use the results to explore suggested occupations; examine the education, training, and skills required [and where to obtain them], as well as wages typical for these occupations.

1.       Click the Careers tab

2.       Click the Career Interest Inventory hyperlink under the What Are My Interests? section

Do What You Are

·         A personality survey.  Use the results to explore suggested college majors and careers based on your preferences and strengths.

1.       Click the About Me tab

2.       Click the Personality Type hyperlink under the Interesting Things About Me section

College Search

·         Set search criteria to yield a list of colleges to explore.  Save your search to access/modify later.

·         Click on the various tabs of the college profile (general, admissions, financial aid, majors and degrees, and student life) for additional information. 

·         Add colleges you’re interested in to your My Colleges list for future reference.  You will be notified by email when those colleges schedule a visit to PRHS.

1.       Click the Colleges tab

2.       Click the College Search hyperlink under the College Research section


·         Groups types of colleges by location.  Click on a college to view its profile.

1.       Click the Colleges tab

2.       Click the College Maps hyperlink under the College Research section

Document Library


·         Timelines for each grade

·         SAT and ACT dates and registration deadlines

·         PRHS specific information; e.g. school profile, senior and junior-to-do folders, transcript request form, Class of 2008 and 2009 tips.

·         Other college-related information (essay, wait list, etc.)

1.       Click the From My School tab

2.       Click the Document Library hyperlink.



Scholarship List

National, regional, local and collegiate sponsored scholarship opportunities updated weekly.  Database lists entries by name, deadline, award amount, merit vs need-based and application requirements; click on a column header to sort entries.  You can also browse by category to yield a search list relevant to your interests.

1.       Click the Colleges tab

2.       Click the Scholarship List hyperlink under the Scholarships & Money section

Summer Enrichment Opportunities

This database not only lists entries by type (international, college-sponsored, high school-sponsored, & special interest) but also allows you to browse by a specific interest as well.  Search using keywords like name, location, etc.  Learn about program dates and costs (if available), any requirements, and the sponsor"s website for more information and the application.

1.       Click the Colleges tab

2.       Click the Enrichment Programs hyperlink under the College Research section

SAT & ACT “Method Test Prep”

With SAT Method and ACT Method test preparation, students can listen to a professional tutor explain the concepts and questions that they are struggling with, without reading through pages of intimidating text.  Students get immediate feedback and a complete explanation for every practice question.  Each student"s performance is tracked with strengths and weaknesses that are clearly listed.  Test Prep helps students:

·         Hear audio explanations of test questions;

·         Access strategy guides for each test;

·         Complete full-length, timed practice tests;

·         Receive hundreds of practice questions;

·         Read easy explanations to every question;

·         Track their strengths on each test;

·         Receive valuable test-taking tips;

·         Take practice quizzes to boost their knowledge;

·         Access their courses on an unlimited, 24x7 basis, from any web-enabled computer.


1.       Click the Colleges tab

2.       In the left-hand side navigation panel, click the Test Preparation hyperlink under the Test Preparation title.  Choose to prepare for either the SAT or the ACT.

Last Modified on September 29, 2011