Leander High School CEEB Code: 444095
2022 Senior Portrait Information
Check out the Leander Student Media: Senior Portrait page for more Information.
2022 Senior Wall
Keep submitting your acceptances / enlistments so we can celebrate your accomplishments! If you’d like to have your photo added to the celebration, use this form. Follow the LHS College & Career Center on Instagram and Twitter: @LeanderHS_CCC
2022 SCHOLARSHIP REPORTING:
Current Students & Recent Graduates:
Leander High School Transcripts can be ordered by clicking here.
Please note: transcript orders take 3 - 5 business days to process and are not processed when LISD is out for break.
Effective November 2, 2020 several changes will be made to the process for requesting transcripts through Parchment. Leander ISD students will now receive five free electronic transcripts while enrolled in an LISD high school if they submit their request through Parchment. These electronic transcripts will be available when students enter ninth grade. There will be a $2.75 service charge if students request to have their transcript mailed from Parchment.
After the five free transcripts have been used, the cost for current LISD students will be $5.00 per transcript
Effective November 2, 2020 the price for alumni transcripts will be $8.00 per transcript
Students are considered alumni on August 1st the year they graduate
Class of 2000 Graduates and earlier:
If you graduated prior to 2000 you must request your transcript through Leander ISD Records Office. You must provide your full legal name, time of enrollment, date of birth, and graduation date.
Dual Credit Transcripts:
Austin Community College Transcripts for dual credit students can be ordered by following these steps.
HOW CAN I SEND MY TSI ASSESSMENT SCORES TO THE COLLEGE I AM ATTENDING?
If you can submit your unofficial score report, please access here and save as a PDF to be able to upload/send to any institution.
The college may accept scores in a sealed envelope, but most will require you to complete a consent/authorization for them to retrieve the scores electronically through the online ACCUPLACER system:
Though very rare that a school would require official, scores be sent, students may request official score reports by completing this LHS TSI Score Report Request Form.
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
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Big Future - match your interests with career
Zip Recruiter's Resume Resources
Step 2: Research Career & Earnings Potential
Zip Recruiter's Salary Calculator
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:
Step 3: Determine an Educational Path
Research which institutions will offer a path to your career. Do you need to go to a technical or trade school? Community College? Four-year institution? Graduate school? Where should you start?
Austin Community College offers many degrees and certificates, or is a good place to start your education.
ACC also has a Continuing Education Workforce Development program - they offer certificates that can help you quickly enter the workforce