CEEB codes are numerical identifiers assigned to high schools, colleges and universities for unambiguous identification. They are maintained by the College Board and used for administrative purposes, such as sending test... More »

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Find a college CEEB code by entering the college's state, city and name into the College Board's code search tool. The tool is free to use and does not require an account or personal information. The tool also provides c... More »

The most common use for high school codes is for standardized testing purposes. For a standardized test, such as the ACT and SAT, high school codes help to identify the secondary institution a student is attending or has... More »

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Find accredited online high schools by checking state department of education databases, searching online for private schools and contacting colleges and universities to find out if they offer diploma programs, says TheB... More »

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School codes for high schools can be found online using either the ACT or the SAT websites. Simply go to either site and click on the Registration tab. Once on the Registration tab, find and select the code or code searc... More »

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The admissions process for high schools varies depending on whether the school is public or private, and the application process typically involves filling out paperwork, submitting previous school records and possibly t... More »

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Grants for Catholic high schools are available regionally through programs such as the Bishop’s Tuition Transfer Grant in Allentown, Pennsylvania; and nationally through the National Catholic Educational Association. Gra... More »

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