High School Codes for College Applications

Are you looking for a list of high school codes for college applications?

Great, you’ve come to the right place!

College application season is in full-swing, so it’s totally understandable why you’d need this important information.

What exactly are High School Codes for College Applications?

A high school code (or CEEB code) is a standard identification number that is assigned to each high school, college, or university.

The Educational Testing Service (ETS) assigns these high school codes. They are 4 to 6 digits in length and are typically used on standardized college exams, like the SAT and ACT.

However some higher education institutions have opted to use these high school codes for college applications.

Where Can I Find These High School Codes for College Applications?

Well, you have a few different options:

1. Ask your school counselor for your high school’s specific code

2. Find it online at these websites:

Why Are High School Codes for College Applications So Important?

Not only will you need high school codes for college applications, but you will also need them when you take your standardized tests (SAT and/or ACT).

If you don’t have the correct code, you could be providing false information on your college application or standardize exam form.

Therefore, it’s a good idea to write your high school code on a piece of paper and clip it the fridge or another safe place where you can conveniently refer to it.

I hope this information was helpful! If you have comments or questions…leave them below. I’d love to hear from you.

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Lauren Anderson is a certified school counselor who's passionate about helping students all over the world successfully transition from high school to college! After spending 6 years as a business professional, she obtained her Master’s degree in School Counseling and now spends her spare time helping students.

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