College and Career Planning
Naviance is the primary tool used by Western Hills University High School and a comprehensive college and career readiness solution for middle and high schools that helps connect academic achievement to post-secondary goals. It is designed to provide you with information about time management and study skills improvement, decision making, career information, college planning, and college admission tests.
Students and parents access the Naviance Portal through Family Connections. Getting started with an assignment or work can sometimes be a problem. However, if you put into practice ideas from this tool, you may find that your high school years will be more rewarding! Please ask your teacher advisor for additional materials or clarification about information on this site. If you are experiencing problems with Naviance or Family Connections, contact Mr. Neeley.
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Paying for College
There are many options to help pay for higher education. To improve your chances of qualifying, make sure that you meet all deadlines. Your school counselor can provide more information on financial aid options and requirements. Visit our Financial Aid — Scholarships page for more information on resources that are available to students.
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