Senior Information

Welcome 2020 LHS Seniors & Parents!

Open House Senior Information Session Presentation - 8.26.19


Leander High School CEEB Code
444095
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Important Communication Tool
Our LHS C/O 2020 Google classroom (urzt5lk) will be your go to resource for your senior year. 


Requesting Transcripts
High School Transcripts can be ordered by clicking here.
Austin Community College Transcripts can be ordered by going to www.austincc.edu and select "Students" then "Online Services".  The student will be prompted to enter their ACCeID and Password.  Select "Transcript Order" and student will select which TEXAS universities they want their ACC transcript to be sent.


Requesting Test Scores
ACT - Available through ACT Website
SAT - Available through College Board Website
TSI - If you need to request access to your TSI test scores, please visit the College & Career Center website TSI page to fill out a request form.



Senior Summit 2019
This year's Senior Summit will happen on Wednesday, October 30, 2019. Students will reigster in advance for sessions through a Google form. Any student who does not register by Friday, October 11th at 4 PM will be assigned to sessions, which must be adhered to for attendance purposes. For more information on the potential sessions please see the Senior Summit Website


COOL Week 2020
Week 1: February 24 - 28, 2020*
Week 2: March 2 - 6, 2020*

COOL Week is a structured, week-long, work-based learning experience for qualified 12th grade students in Leander ISD. Students are placed in a business or agency for a few days or a full week in a career field that they may otherwise not necessarily have access to observe. For more information on COOL Week please visit the COOL Week Website.
*Students may only participate in up to 1 week of COOL Week. All COOL Week days must fall within the same week and can't be split between the 2 weeks.

Upcoming Senior Events
**Dates will be added to list as they get scheduled**
October 30 - Senior Summit 

TBD: Senior Awards Ceremony
TBD: Senior Final Exams
TBD: Mandatory Graduation Practice
May 30th - 8 AM: Graduation! Students will report to LHS prior to graduation (more detailed information regarding time and place to come). Please visit the district graduation website for future details.






Senior Letter
Need more information on the goings on from now until graduation?  We have a great source of information for you!  The Senior Letter outlines everything from Credit Recovery to College Signing Day,  Scholarship Offers to Senior Elementary Walks, and much more!  Click here to read the Senior Letter.

Leander ISD Graduation Information
For more information on what to expect the day of graduation, please visit the LISD Graduation Information page.

Graduation Day Reminders
This document has a lot of great info on what to do the day of graduation, what time to report, what to wear, etc.  Click here for the Graduation Day Reminder.

Project Graduation Information
Click here for more information on Project Grad!


Get on the "College Wall"
Wondering how you can be recognized and added to the LHS College Wall? See Ms. Faulkner with verification of acceptance to get your name on the college wall for the spring semester.


Scholarship Opportunities

  • Log into Naviance and search the scholarship list
  • NEW SCHOLARSHIPS HAVE BEEN ADDED!  Scholarships can be found on the College & Career Center Scholarship Page
  • Use scholarship searches such as Big Future or Fast Web
  • Review each college's Financial Aid website to understand their scholarship offerings, such as ACC's page
  • See Ms. Byers in the Counseling Office for additional scholarship opportunities

Career Planning
Think college isn't for you? Want to explore your career options? We have provided resources below to assist you in doing some career research.

Step 1: Reflect and Discover

    Discover Your Interests and Aptitudes
    Naviance - try the StrengthsExplorer, Career Interest Profiler & Cluster Finder
    Kiersey.com - try the Kiersey Temperament Sorter, a personality test
    Big Future - match your interests with career
Step 2: Research Career & Earnings Potential
    What will you need to make to support your lifestyle? Try Reality Check to get an idea!
    Learn more about specific careers using Naviance's Explore Careers & Clusters tool
    Find out more about job descriptions, outlook, earning potential, and education requirements using:
    Occupational Outlook Handbook - assembled by the U.S. Dept of Labor
    ONET - career exploration and job analysis
Step 3: Determine an Educational Path