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CEEB Codes for Homeschoolers?

reasonabledadreasonabledad Posts: 885Registered User Member
edited November 2007 in Home Schooling and College
Does anyone know the code for Pennsylvania home school students? Or are there no CEEB codes for homeschoolers?
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Replies to: CEEB Codes for Homeschoolers?

  • SusantmSusantm Posts: 2,188Registered User Senior Member
    I believe the CEEB code for homeschoolers in any state is 970000. That is the one we used, anyway.
  • AvalonAvalon Posts: 614Registered User Member
    Yes, 970000 for all homeschoolers.
  • RiskCareDreamRiskCareDream Posts: 115Registered User Junior Member
    Yes, it's called Home School Clearing House 970000
  • trvsdrlngtrvsdrlng Posts: 206Registered User Junior Member
    Just to throw this in... The code for the PSAT is 99xx99 where xx is the first two digits of your public school's code (state code). For example, in SC where I live, all public school's PSAT codes start with 41. (ex: 410887) So SC's homeschool code is 994199. We had trouble with this and I almost lost the NMS because of putting down the wrong code, so be aware!
  • CRbomber650CRbomber650 Posts: 196Registered User Junior Member
    what about this? I was looking for the homeschool CEEB code and I ran into this page this morning.

    http://inquiry.embark.com/SNHU/HS_Search/fieldchooser.asp?FID=HSCEEB

    I put 970000 on my app to Rice, but now that I saw this I am feeling doubtful.

    Can anyone please help clarify the problem? thanks
  • trvsdrlngtrvsdrlng Posts: 206Registered User Junior Member
    When I applied to Oklahoma, they told me to put a different number, too. I think it might be college-determined for admissions purposes.
  • CRbomber650CRbomber650 Posts: 196Registered User Junior Member
    bump.........................
  • TheVeganActressTheVeganActress Posts: 6,666Registered User Senior Member
    use 97000 if they don't have anything else, but if they specifically mention a different code use that. I always search for home school in the search forms they have.
  • MommieCMommieC Posts: 42Registered User Junior Member
    For California: The UC Pathways (on-line) application automatically put in 999900-2 when the "homeschool" box was checked. I believe the local CC used the same number...
  • bomanRIMEbomanRIME Posts: 1Registered User New Member
    the 99xx99 code is specifically for PSAT takers, and the 970000 code is for some Christian School in NY. The unversal CEEB code for homeschoolers is: 989999. visit this Washington U page for a complete listing:

    CEEB Codes (400001 through 1000000)
  • maributtmaributt Posts: 404Registered User Member
    what??? ^ are you serious? i've always used 970000 except for psats
  • anotherparentanotherparent Posts: 1,275Registered User Senior Member
    I just checked my son's CA - it says 999999, which we got from the table lookup. For his AP exams he has 990598, which he was told to use the the councelor at the site.

    I wouldnt worry. They will get the idea if you use something that looks homeschoolish. It isnt terrily important, since they are not trying to id the school to see if any other applicants come from it, or to find the school description.
  • tokenadulttokenadult Posts: 17,473Super Moderator Senior Member
    There is no indication that the table on the U of Washington site is current or carefully checked.
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