The information available in the Portal
For High School
Demographics, Attendance, Regents scores, Credit accumulation, Marking period grades, and engagement.
College Readiness, College and Career lists, Milestones completion, CDOS & WBL hours, Financial aid completion (FAFSA and TAP), Activities for career developments.
Learn more about the Portals features
For High School
Identify students who need attendance support. Use attendance dashboards, updated daily based on STARS and ATS, to provide an accurate picture of attendance patterns.
Identify aspirational diploma plans and graduation dates for individual students. Monitor students’ progress towards their plans based on school-based courses and exam sequencing.
Ensure students remain on track for graduation by checking students' current programs and transcripts against your school's custom grad planning metrics. Export any program updates made in the Portal into STARS.
Marking period grade analysis
Identify students who are in danger of failing or underperforming in courses and assign them to Supports.
Review and schedule students for Regents exams, taking into account all available pathways to reaching their graduation goals. Easily export any exam changes made in the Portal into STARS.
Review students scheduled for upcoming Regents administrations and plan instructional activities to support student success.
Keep track of key milestones designed to prepare students for life after high school. This includes milestones for career awareness and preparation, financial aid, and the college and career application process.
Monitor the completion of Activities, where students gain in-depth experiences such as work-based learning, job training, and service-learning. Identify students who are not planning for Activities and ensure they get the experiences that will help them succeed in a Postsecondary plan.
Postsecondary choice: college and career
Manage a Postsecondary list for students that includes colleges and careers, and use milestones as a guide for the application process. Ensure that each planned graduate has a final Postsecondary plan.
Offer a deep look into single students.
List Views and Data Grids
Present student-level data in formats that are easy to use and manage.
Allows staff to quickly see the status of important indicators and enables deeper exploration of data.