New program to prepare students for the 21st-century workplace


Westfield Washington Schools has introduced a new program, Naviance Succeed, to arm Westfield High School and Westfield Middle School with a platform to help promote college and career readiness through increased collaboration, rigor and transparency.

“We are very excited to offer another college readiness tool for our WWS families. Naviance Succeed will assist our students’ post-high school career selections and open the range of college and scholarship opportunities available to them,” said Dave Mundy, WWS executive director of learning systems.

Naviance Succeed is one component of WWS’ district-wide initiative to increase college and career readiness. The program provides a centralized system for tracking and managing student data. It streamlines information from students, parents and school personnel, allowing the district to constantly drive and measure student persistence and success. Additionally, the program will accomplish two common goals – improving student and family engagement and collecting, centralizing and analyzing student performance data to increase college and career readiness.

Designed to empower students and educators to create multi-year plans, the solutions also enable school and district administrators to make proactive data-driven decisions and more effectively assist students in their college and career planning efforts.

The new system allows students to create their own path toward academic and personal success through the use of Naviance Succeed’s market-leading platform, college and career planning systems. Naviance Succeed also offer robust analytics designed to help administrators measure meaningful long-term outcomes about their students, including enrollment and retention rates, as well as college admittance numbers.