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Everything You Need to Know About CEEB Codes for High Schools

Everything You Need to Know About CEEB Codes for High Schools

As school counselors and high school administrators, we’ve all heard the term CEEB code during standardized testing and the college admissions process. But, what exactly is a CEEB code and why is it important in the college admissions journey?

Read on to learn everything you need to know about CEEB codes for high schools, including:

 

What is a CEEB code?

A CEEB (College Entrance Examination Board) code is a 4 to 6-digit unique identification number for an institution—such as a high school, college, or university—to College Board. High schools are assigned 6-digit codes and colleges are assigned 4-digit codes.

A CEEB code, also known as a College Board School Code, allows a K-12 school to either receive test scores and/or administer College Board tests (such as PSAT, SAT, and AP tests). 

With a CEEB code, high schools can ensure that materials like standardized test scores and transcripts are sent to the correct institution for their students.

Students may need their high school’s unique CEEB code at various stages of the college admissions process, including during standardized testing, to identify colleges and universities, and during the college application process. 

 

Which institutions have CEEB codes?

High schools, colleges, and universities have CEEB codes. Additionally, CEEB code use has expanded to countries, scholarships, majors, and test centers.

 

Do international schools have CEEB codes?

Some international schools have CEEB codes, but not all international schools will have one. If you’re a staff member or student at an international high school who is trying to figure out if your school has a CEEB code, first try to look up your high school code using the CEEB code search in an application. If it doesn’t come up, that’s okay! You’ll be given a placeholder code for your school. For quick reference, 000004 is the code for an unlisted international school. 

 

How can I find the CEEB code for my school?

You can find your school’s CEEB code by using CollegeBoard's K-12 School Code Search. If you’re a student, the CEEB code for your high school will often be provided to you by your school or school counselor. 

 

What should I do with my CEEB code?

High school counselors, registrars, and administrators need to keep their CEEB code on hand when working with College Board throughout the standardized testing and application process.

For students, there’s no need to worry about knowing your school’s code! You can find your high school’s CEEB code through a quick CEEB code search or you can ask your school counselor. 

If you're a parent or guardian and your child has questions about their school's CEEB code, encourage them to reach out to the counseling office at their school for further information.

 

My high school wants to obtain a CEEB code. How do we do that?

If you’re a high school counselor or administrator at a high school that doesn’t have a CEEB code yet, you may be wondering, “How do I obtain a CEEB code for my school?”

Scoir partners with schools across the country, including new high schools that may be sending their first graduating class of students off to college in the next few years, so we hear you! 

To obtain a CEEB code for your school, log in or sign up for an account on College Board’s website. You can request a College Board School Code directly from the College Board's School Code Request Form page. 

Before requesting a CEEB code, your school team must determine if your school would like a Level 1 School Code or a Level 2 School Code. 

Level 1 School Codes allow high schools to receive score reports, while Level 2 School Codes allow a school to receive score reports and administer College Board tests like the PSAT, SAT, and AP exams. The process of receiving a Level 2 School Code is more rigorous than a Level 1 School Code.

 

Scoir and CEEB codes

If your high school or school district is interested in joining Scoir, our teams will ensure you are set up for success every step of the way.

The Scoir team will look up your school’s CEEB code as part of the initial onboarding process to ensure your high school’s transcripts and school documents are properly sent to colleges and universities.

If you have any questions about this process, book a walkthrough to discuss the process in more detail.

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