High School Transcripts
New LSC students are required to submit documentation of high school completion or its equivalent. For most students this means requesting their official transcript is issued directly from the high school to LSC after graduation OR requesting their General Education Development (GED)/Certificate of High School Equivelency (CHSE)/High School Equivalency Program (HSEP) score report be sent directly to LSC upon completion.
Note: Students are also required to submit official transcripts from all colleges or universities previously attended. Students who submit a college transcript with 1 or more successfully completed college level course will have their high school transcript requirement waived For more information, see Transfer to LSC.
High School Graduates (US and territories) & GED/CHSE/HSEP Holders
Students can contact the high school they graduated from to request their transcript be sent electronically or through US mail. Students who graduated from a public high school in Texas should request their high school send their official transcript through the Texas Records Exchange (TREx) system. This is the fastest way to satisfy the high school transcript requirement. Official PDF GED/CHSE/HSEP score reports must be sent directly from the state department of education to LSC via email or mail.
TREx: Fastest way to send high school transcripts
Mail: Lone Star College Student Records
20515 SH 249 - UP1104
Houston, Texas 77070
High School Graduates (Outside the US and territories)
Students who graduated from a high school outside of the US must submit the following documents to their campus Admissions Office:
- Official (original) foreign high school completion documents if in English; OR
- Official (original) foreign high school completion documents in a foreign language AND a certified English translation; OR
- Equivalency evaluation of foreign high school completion documents performed by AACRAO (American Association of Collegiate Registrars and Admissions Officers) on or before August 15, 2016, or a NACES (National Association of Credential Evaluation Services Inc.), or AICE (Association of International Credentials Evaluators) member organization.
For additional information, see the "Instructions for Grads from HS Outside the US" resource.