• The School District of Osceola County provides Xello for all district students in grades K-12 to help with college and career exploration and planning! This world-class system is designed to inform students, parents, and schools with:

    • Researching careers, colleges, and majors
    • Finding local and national scholarships and enrichment programs
    • Exploring students’ career interests, learning styles, personality types, and multiple intelligences
    • Building resumes and holistic portfolios for job and college applications
    • Setting goals and developing personalized plans for success
    • Managing college application materials - requesting and sending transcripts and letters of recommendation 
      • Seniors - link your Common App to Xello using these directions to manage transcript requests and letters of recommendation!   
    • Learning about success skills, financial planning, self-discovery, and building a support network

    Accessing Xello

    All students in grades K-12 in district schools have access to Xello. Students will log into Classlink, select the Xello app, and enter into a world of exploration.

    Parents can access their child’s Xello account as a guest to view college and career information. Parents will need a Xello account before doing so. Accounts can be created by contacting the School Counselor at your child's school.



    Students spend time in Career Town, adventuring through 6 different towns over 3 school years to explore and learn about different clusters of careers. These towns allow students to explore careers related to animal care, business, public service, construction, farming, art, and healthcare. 



    Students explore school subjects, their interests, skills, and goals, making big decisions, and learning for future success. 



    Between 6th through 8th grade, students...

    • Complete Matchmaker to explore how their strengths, interests, and goals align with different careers,  
    • Explore and build upon their interests, skills, and preferred learning styles,
    • Think about decision making and time management, 
    • Explore their career matches, and
    • Prepare for the high school transition 

    Between 9th and 12th grade, students...

    • Complete Matchmaker to explore how their strengths, interests, and goals align with different careers,
    • Explore things to consider when choosing a career and workplace skills and attitudes for success, 
    • Differentiate between and reflect on different pathways for after high school, and  
    • Identify how to choose the best college, trade school, or technical school for them

What can Xello do?

  • Parent Portal

  • Research careers, colleges, and majors

  • Find scholarships and enrichment programs

  • Explore your interests, learning & personality styles, and skills

  • Build resumes and portfolios for job and college applications

  • Set goals and develop personalized plans.

  • Requests transcripts.