The EHS Counseling and Support staff are here to help students explore their possibilities and pursue their interests. Students and families are encouraged to visit this page often to see the calendar of college/university representative visits and other updates to assist with your post-secondary planning.
For the past five years, EHS has been recognized by Niche.com as the top school in the state for college preparedness.
See the post-secondary plans of last year's graduating class.
NAVIANCE™ is a comprehensive college and career readiness resource that helps students align their strengths and interests to post-secondary goals, improve their short- and long-term academic outcomes and connect learning to life. This grade 9-12 resource, free to Edina Public Schools students and families, provides personalized academic planning, self-discovery, career exploration, and college and career preparation.
- Student: Log in through the Edina Portal. Click on Naviance.
- Parent/Guardian: Log into Family Connection at student.naviance.com/edina.
Third party cookies must be enabled for students to access assessments successfully. If you are unable to log into Naviance, please send an email to email@example.com. Please include in your email:
- Student Name
- Student Grade
- Student Date of Birth
- Student Email Address
- Parent Name
- Parent email address
A code will be emailed to you to access your account.
What Will you Find on Naviance?
- College Lookup and Visit Schedule
- College Search - enter criteria such as size, location, cost, specific majors or athletic programs. Students can produce a list of colleges that meet their criteria.
- Scattergrams - graphical view of application outcomes
- Senior Transcripts - Able to view when your transcript/application were sent to colleges.
- Letters of Recommendation - Seniors will be able to view if theletters has been submitted.
- Scholarships - Click Colleges - Scholarship list or National Scholarship Search
- Enrichments Programs - Click Colleges - Enrichment Programs
Request your transcript
Post-Secondary Events & College Visits
The college visit list is available to view on Naviance. Students can sign up to attend a Virtual Visit in Naviance through the Portal. You may log-in as a guest. On the left hand side of the page, click on "Visit Schedule."
Parents have their own log-in code. Send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org with your name, email, student name and grade to get a login.
Find a list of scholarships in Naviance Student under the colleges tab on a link called "Scholarship List." This list is updated weekly with active scholarships and should be checked regularly by students. It includes local, regional, national and some college specific scholarships.
Students may register at any time, but we recommend that they register during their sophomore year. The registration website is www.eligibilitycenter.org. The NCAA Eligibility Center will evaluate a student’s academic credentials once the following information has been received, and the student has had his/her status requested by an NCAA member institution:
- Completed online registration
- Fee payment
- SAT and/or ACT test score on file from the respective testing agency
- Transcript(s) from all schools or programs attended
Vocational Trade Schools
Trade schools in Minnesota prepare learners for high-wage, high-demand careers in diverse sectors. While vocational education prepares students for jobs in both traditional trade positions such as plumbing, auto mechanic, and electrician, and more modern vocations involving robotics, cybersecurity, and engineering.
The legal record or proof of your high school education is called an official transcript. You will need this when entering college, job opportunities, identification replacement, etc.
NOTE: The release of a student transcript requires a signed request from the student (or the parent/legal guardian if the student is under 18 years old). A telephone call will not release your records. There is a $5.00 fee per transcript. Your check or money order may be made payable to Edina High School.
The official transcript will be stamped with the high school seal and must be kept in the sealed envelope for the transcript to remain official.
Special Education records including IEP's evaluations and assessments are located in Special Education Services at the District Office. Please call 952-848-4959.
For students who would like to experience a military environment while getting a first-class education, these 5 service academies offer an outstanding education and full 4-year scholarship including fully paid tuition, books, room and board, and medical and dental care. Admission into these academies is highly competitive. The admissions criteria include:
- Outstanding high school academic performance
- Standardized test scores (SAT or ACT)
- Athletics and extracurricular activities
- Leadership experience and community involvement
- Congressional letter of recommendation (not required by the Coast Guard Academy)
It is important to understand all of the requirements early so you have time to accomplish all the necessary components. Graduates of all 5 academies receive a Bachelor of Science degree and are commissioned officers in their respective Branch. In all cases, there is a service obligation of a minimum of 5 years. In the United States, there are five military training academies, which are sometimes collectively known as the “Five-Pointed Star.” If you’re unsure which branch of the military to pursue, you can explore the history, admissions procedures, and eligibility requirements for each at their respective websites.
- The United States Military Academy is known as West Point. It is a four-year, coeducational military academy whose “cadets” graduate as second lieutenants in the U.S. Army.
- The United States Naval Academy is often referred to as USNA, Annapolis, or Navy. It grants bachelor’s degrees to students based on academic, militaristic, and athletic performance.
- The United States Air Force Academy is the youngest of the five academies, and its graduates are commissioned second lieutenants in the U.S. Air Force.
- The United States Coast Guard Academy in New London, Connecticut, offers eight majors and, like its four counterparts, requires graduates to complete five years of active duty service.
- The United States Merchant Marine Academy trains “midshipmen” in marine engineering, maritime law, and other subjects related to military and civilian sea transport.