Naviance is a web-based system our district uses for college and career readiness, college applications, and the High School and Beyond plan. All students who are actively enrolled already have an account. Parents do not have accounts, but can ask their students to share what they are doing in Naviance. Here is the process for logging in:
- Website: Naviance
- Username: Student ID #
- Password: 8 digit birthdate, no dashes or slashes
In addition to a students GPA, course selections and involvement in extracurricular activities, 4-year colleges and universities take a solid look at how students do on either the SAT or ACT when making admission decisions.
Woodinville High School's CEEB Code is 481598. You will need this number when registering for the SAT or ACT.
Scholastic Aptitude Tests (SAT)
SAT exams are administered 7 times per year at locations outside of the Northshore School District.
Further information on the SAT can be found at www.sat.collegeboard.org
American College Testing (ACT)
ACT exams are administered three times per year in the Northshore School District, one time per year at each of the 3 main high schools (Bothell High School, Inglemoor High School, and Woodinville High School).
Further information, including registering for the ACT, can be found at www.actstudent.org
Worried about the SAT or ACT?
Come take a full-length practice test and support the Junior Class of 2020!
Date & Time:
SAT Wednesday, March 27th at 1:00pm (Due to snow closures and cancellation of Early Release Wednesdays, the test will be rescheduled.)
ACT Wednesday, April 3rd at 1:00pm (Due to snow closures and cancellation of Early Release Wednesdays, the test will be rescheduled.)
How to sign up:
Huntington will follow up with an e-mail
Deadline: Monday, March 25th
$25 per test, due on test day, cash or check only
Checks made payable to: Huntington Learning Center
100% of the funds will be donated to the Class of 2020!
(Payment is not collected at the WHS Cashier Office)
Experience a full-length practice test (scores not reported)
Learn your scoring potential prior to taking the official test
Receive a 13-page in-depth test analysis
What to Bring:
Calculator, Water, Snacks, $25 Payment, Photo ID
Information Night - April 23rd at 6pm in the WHS Library
Scores for both tests will be handed back at this event
Call Huntington Learning Center - 425-368-2300
22833 Bothell-Everett Hwy. Suite 156, Bothell WA 98021
425-368-2300 • firstname.lastname@example.org
The Preliminary Scholastic Aptitude Test (PSAT) is written and scored by College Board, the same company that writes and scores the Scholastic Aptitude Test (SAT). The PSAT provides sophomores and juniors with the opportunity to prepare for the official SAT in a very similar testing environment. This is a low-stakes testing opportunity. PSAT scores are not sent to colleges and are not a part of the college application process for any student.
For sophomores, the scores are for their own self-knowledge and preparation.
For juniors, the PSAT scores are for that same purpose, as well as qualifying them for the National Merit Scholarship Competition.
In addition to the physical experience of taking the standardized test, each student receives personalized feedback on each section of the test and can log into a personalized planning guide based on their test results at www.collegeboard.org.
The data received also provides our teachers with detailed feedback on all students’ skills that help our faculty improve student performance and provide opportunities for all students to be successful.