• About Us

          Forging future leaders for a globalized world, right here in Texas.

          Future leaders are not born, they are educated. And now more than ever, the world needs great leaders. Give your young student the best opportunity to become one of them at the Lycée International de Houston.

          When you choose a school, you choose the community in which your child and your family will live and grow for the coming years. That community matters, immensely: it must enrich, support, and inspire your child and family, all in equal measure. Our community has prepared students to navigate the world with confidence and empathy. We achieve this through rigorous bilingual, French, and International Baccalaureate education programs, and a vibrant school culture strengthened by multilingual, multinational educators, and families. Your student will develop the integrity, intelligence, and adaptability that are integral to forging exceptional international leaders. Your student will learn to master French and helping them cultivate a well-rounded, open-minded, and respectful worldview.

        • Passport to the World

          We are delighted that you have decided to explore the Lycée International de Houston Bilingual School. We appreciate that choosing the right school for your child is an important decision and we are here to help as you move through the admissions process.

          Our school offers a unique opportunity for your child to become fully bilingual, opening up to your child a future that extends beyond borders! Give your child a head start through a bilingual educational experience unlike any other in a safe, fun, and enriching environment. Nurture your child’s natural talents, give them the advantage of knowing multiple languages and cultures, and help them realize their full potential as an internationally focused and empowered leader.

          The world needs leaders now more than ever — will your child be one of them?

        • Academics

          Creating Extraordinary Leaders Who Will Shape the 21st Century

          The Lycée International de Houston’s education is highly structured, rigorous, and inclusive. The curriculum is taught by highly motivated, supportive teachers who understand that establishing a relationship with your child unlocks the door to learning and future success. Your child will be empowered for both work and work ethic as we guide them academically and emotionally on their journey to becoming a strong leader.

          Our students pursue knowledge and understanding through deep inquiry. They develop critical thinking in order to better understand the complexity of the world and make wise choices. Our academic programs are enhanced by our world-class language immersion model. We are committed to help each student reach their highest possible level of language proficiency and to prepare them for our increasingly global, interconnected world.

        • School Life

          Serving the needs of the whole student

          Our mission is to develop our students not only as learners, but also as individuals and global citizens. Our approach to fostering individuals and citizens rests on our values of excellence, rigor, and kindness, which are integrated into everything we do.

          We encourage our students to discover new personal interests and develop their passions through a varied program of athletics, arts, clubs, and other extracurricular activities. Whether it is music, dance, painting, or badminton, fencing, or soccer; the Lycée International de Houston has the facilities guaranteed to provide your child with a top-tier education that extends far beyond the classroom. We nurture students as individuals, focusing on helping them acquire skills for life, including self-confidence, team spirit, creativity, initiative, leadership, and entrepreneurship. We give our students all of the tools to let them cultivate new interests and live an active lifestyle!

        • Community

          We are proud of the diverse and inclusive community we have created and nurtured at the Lycée International de Houston — a community comprised of families, students, faculty, and staff representing more than 50 nationalities.

          We believe that a cohesive community of individuals from many backgrounds — socio-economic, ethnic, racial, linguistic, national, religious, and sexual orientation — provides the ideal setting for the development of respect and understanding and helps prepare students to thrive, collaborate, and innovate in an increasingly global, interconnected world.

          We take it to heart to be very family-oriented, to work and learn together, from each other, to strengthen our bond as a community. This enables us to create a warm, welcoming, and nurturing learning environment for our children, in class and beyond, which, we believe, is critical to help them thrive and grow.

          Being able to be part of a community that is culturally diverse and yet that has so much in common gives all of us a chance to develop friendships, share and celebrate our love for the French language and francophone cultures (through our programs and events), and help children embrace their multicultural background and build their bilingual identity

        • Giving

          Lycée International de Houston welcomes students as young as 18 months all the way up to high school grade levels. With our International Baccalaureate Program, students will be prepared for whatever challenges they face all around the globe.


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College Counseling at Lycée International de Houston

The Lycée International de Houston prepares young people to lead significant lives, and that mission drives our College Counseling program. Our process leads students on an important journey of self-discovery and fosters academic, social, emotional, and spiritual growth.

With a collective 20 years in the field of college admission and counseling, our highly collaborative team makes the college search and application process manageable, thoughtful, and individualized.

Our Philosophy

In keeping with our mission, the College Counseling department:
• Maintains a student-centered approach that starts with the individual and ends with the student’s full autonomy.
• Initiates one-on-one conversations, keeps the process enjoyable, and delivers timely reminders about what is really important.
• Partners with the many adults in a student’s life (parents, advisors, teachers, coaches), empowering each to find his or her voice.
• Develops applications that capture each student’s authentic and best self.
• Values the richness of the college experience over rankings and seeks to find the best college fit for each student, keeping in mind academic goals and individual circumstances.

Our students STAND OUT and leave the Lycée International de Houston as creative, curious, independent, and generous people having found their INNER GENIUS.

College Connection

Parcoursup for College/University Admission in France

What is Parcoursup?

Parcoursup is the national platform for pre-registration in the first year of higher education in France.

Who is affected by Parcoursup?

High school students or students looking for a reorientation (including apprentice status) who wish to enroll in the first year of higher education must put together a file and make wishes on Parcoursup. 17,000 higher education courses are offered, including more than 4,000 apprenticeship training courses

Are not concerned:

  • students who repeat their first year (they must directly re-register at their institution)
  • international candidates subject to a prior admission request (DAP)
  • candidates who wish to apply only to foreign higher education courses (they must apply directly to the courses that interest them)
  • students who wish to resume the training in which they were registered at the end of their gap period (they have a right of reinstatement or re-enrollment at the end of their gap period)

People who have already held a baccalaureate or an equivalent diploma for several years and who wish to enroll in a process of promotion, retraining or resuming professional activity are more likely to be supported by those involved in the formation continues. To provide them with answers adapted to their needs, the Parcours + module accessible from Parcoursup.fr, allows them to have access to the continuing education offer identified in universities, in the regions, or to a professional development consultancy service. . However, they can access and register on Parcoursup if they wish to make a wish in initial training.

A simplified process

The Parcoursup platform allows you to:

  • create your pre-registration file
  • find information on the different higher education courses: each time you select a course, its characteristics are displayed, in particular the expected knowledge and skills, the number of places available, the general criteria for examining applications
  • enter your wishes for further studies without filing them and complete your file with the elements requested by the courses you have chosen
  • confirm your wishes so that they can be examined by the formations you have chosen
  • receive proposals for admission to training and respond to them within the deadlines indicated

Information to enlighten you in your choices. For each training, you will find in Parcoursup:

  • a precise description: the organization of the courses, the courses of success offered, the success rates, the openings, the number of places available, information for candidates with disabilities, the minimum scholarship rates applicable the previous year , etc.
  • expectations: the knowledge and skills necessary to succeed
  • general criteria for examining vows
  • the dates of open days or immersion days or weeks organized by the establishments that interest you
  • contacts to exchange with a pedagogical manager, a disability referent or a student ambassador of the requested training

This information is essential, it will allow you to better understand the reality of training, identify professional opportunities and assess the relevance of your career choices.

Consult the training courses offered on Parcoursup in 2021

The 2021 national higher education pre-registration procedure is now complete.

You can access the history of your file via the “Connect” button .

Candidates who had requested support from the higher education access commissions (CAES) before the end of the procedure continue to benefit from it to help them find trainingConsult the FAQ on the end of the procedure .

With regard to apprenticeship training, candidates looking for an employer remain supported by CFAs and academies to sign an apprenticeship contractFind out more

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Terrific Ten College Exploration Series: October 11-27, 2021

Ten of the top public research universities around the country have partnered to help you and your family navigate a national college search process in a virtual world. This is an opportunity to engage with admission experts to learn how to effectively search for and compare colleges, pay for your education, and find the academic and student experience that is right for you.

You are invited to the Terrific Ten College Exploration Series. Sessions are hosted by:

Arizona State University Clemson University Penn State The University of Texas at Austin University of California San Diego

University of Georgia University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign University of Nebraska University of Oregon University of Colorado Boulder

They have teamed up to host joint virtual information sessions for prospective students and their families to discuss:

  • Navigating the college search and admission process.
  • Paying for college with scholarships and financial aid.
  • Exploring academic interests and career opportunities.

Please register here.

Discovering U: Q&A – What Comes Next?

Thursday, November 4, 2021 at 7:00 PM until 8:00 PM Central Daylight Time

Join Columbia University, the University of Chicago, the University of Texas at Austin, the University of Michigan, and Yale University and get some answers to your questions about what to expect during the college application process!

Please register here.

Discovering U: Joint Virtual Information Session

Thursday, October 28, 2021 at 7:00 PM until 8:00 PM Central Daylight Time

Join Columbia University, the University of Chicago, the University of Texas at Austin, the University of Michigan, and Yale University to discover the exceptional opportunities our schools have to offer! Admissions professionals from these five schools will host a zoom webinar featuring a variety of perspectives on their academic programs, philosophies, and traditions that make their colleges a home for your students.

Discovering U: A Session with the Deans

Wednesday, October 20, 2021 at 7:00 PM until 8:00 PM Central Daylight Time

Join us for a conversation with the Deans of Admissions from Columbia University, the University of Chicago, the University of Texas at Austin, the University of Michigan, and Yale University.

Please register here.

Rice University Virtual Information Session for Texas – Monday, October 18th

Do you want more information about Rice University? We encourage you to attend their Virtual Information Session for students from Texas! They’ll hear an admission counselor for their region talk about Rice’s academic programs, groundbreaking research, vibrant student life and the affordability of Rice.

Monday, October 18
7:00 p.m. – 8:00 p.m. (Central Time)

Please register here.

Texas Two Step Programs: Southwestern & St. Mary’s Universities

Join members of the Southwestern University and St. Mary’s University admission teams as they introduce the exciting opportunities available at each institution.  Following brief presentations, an opportunity to speak with the admission representatives will allow you to have your questions answered.  Light refreshments will be served.

Please click on your desired program below to access the registration form for that event.

If you have any questions, contact Christine Bowman, Dean of Enrollment Services at Southwestern University at bowmanc@southwestern.edu or at 512-863-1201.

TACAC Virtual College Fair – Coming Soon!

October 26 and October 27
4:30 – 8:15 pm CST

Student Registration is Open!

Registration is now open for this Virtual College Fair and students and families
can sign-up to virtually connect with over 160 colleges and universities from around the world for free.

Behind the Curtain: American Talent Initiative (ATI) – Student Information Sessions for Bates College, Claremont McKenna College, Lehigh University, and University of Chicago

The directors and deans of admission of four nationally recognized colleges and universities, Bates College, Claremont McKenna College, Lehigh University, and University of Chicago, invite students and their parents to attend a virtual presentation. This group of institutions are part of the American Talent Initiative (ATI), a growing alliance of top colleges and universities committed to increasing access and opportunity for students of all economic backgrounds. The programs are open to all students and their parents and aims to demystify the college admission and financial aid process. The panelists will share information about their respective colleges and opportunities to engage with them virtually and in-person to learn more.

Click the event below to register!

New England Sampler Consortium Student Virtual Program

Bates College, Boston University, Brandeis University, and the University of Vermont will be hosting two virtual student programs together this fall and invite you to attend and learn more about the student experience and college process at each one of our unique institutions. New England is a special place to attend college, and we can’t wait to tell you why. We will be sure to leave plenty of time to take your questions, and we hope that these times will work for your busy schedule. In order to provide as much transparency as possible, these sessions will not be recorded. Register below by clicking on the event name above the appropriate date.

Studying STEM in Upstate NY Virtual Panel featuring Rensselaer, RIT, Syracuse & Union – Thursday, October 21

Union College, Syracuse University, and RIT will share opportunities to study STEM (science, technology, engineering, and math) on our Upstate New York Campuses. In a virtual environment, being able to learn about four institutions at once has been a game-changer for students.


Please register here.

Explore Canada for College -Virtual Information Sessions

Canadian colleges and universities will discuss not only their individual institutions, but also broad topics such as: advantages of studying in Canada, application procedures in Canada, timelines for applying, costs, scholarships, etc.  Each session will include a 20-minute Q&A as well. Through this event, students will discover the educational opportunities available in Canada by connecting with representatives from accredited universities across the country and discover the right one for themselves!

Everything you need to know about the Canadian Education System.

When: Different date and time options are offered for the sessions below.

Thursday, October 28 (Student Event)
19:00-20:00 EST


Thursday November 18 (Student Event)

19:00-20:00 EST


Where: These online sessions will be delivered via Zoom.

Connect with 8 Diverse and Notable Universities across Canada:

Compass Guide to College Admission Testing – Updated Version (2021-2022)

Want to download a copy of their updated College Admission Testing Guide? Click HERE.

NACAC Virtual College Fairs

NACAC’s season of virtual college fairs for students starts this month.

Click on the date below to see which colleges will be there on each fair date and to register:

Each virtual fair is a free, one-day event. Attend as often as you like. Parents invited, too.

Simply sign up at virtualcollegefairs.org now and register for one or more fairs. On the event date, use your phone or computer to log in. Learn, connect, ask questions, and discover your best college fit!

Powered by VisitDays, the NACAC Virtual College Fairs platform is designed from the ground up to provide meaningful interactions between students and college representatives. Students get the chance to learn about different institutions via a mobile experience that is totally intuitive, informative, interactive, and fun.

Exploring Educational Excellence: Brown University, University of Chicago, Columbia University, Cornell University and Rice University Virtual Information Sessions

Join Brown, UChicago, Columbia, Cornell, and Rice for a virtual information session for prospective students and their families. Sessions include a brief overview of each institution, information on admissions and financial aid, and a chance to ask questions of admissions representatives. You must register to attend. We look forward to meeting you this fall!

October 16, 1:00 pm ET

November 3, 6:00 pm ET

Please register here.

Best of the U: UK Universities Webinar

All students who are interested in UK Higher Education are invited along with their parents and guardians to attend this webinar. It is a unique opportunity to hear from 5 of the leading UK universities simultaneously and chat with representatives from each institution (Bristol, Durham, Southhampton, York, Newcastle).

Leading UK Universities Webinars

Sunday, 7th November @5pm (UK time), EDT 12:00pm, CDT 11:00am, PDT 9:00am

Please register here.

The BEST of U consortium will deliver its standard suite of presentations for all those interested in the UK. This will include short presentations on:

  • Why choose the UK? (10 minutes)
  • How to apply to the UK? (10 minutes)
  • Individual presentations from BEST of U universities (5 minutes each)

Requesting Teacher Recommendations

As you begin to ask your teachers for recommendations, here are a few reminders to keep in mind:


  • Ask a teacher who teaches you junior year since they have witnessed your most recent growth as a student.
  • Ask in-person, if possible, unless you are remote.
  • Ask a teacher with whom you have a solid relationship.
  • Be appropriate and intentional: send a thoughtful email and set up a meeting or call on Teams to speak with your teacher/s of choice.
  • Feel free to speak with your college counselor about teachers you are considering asking for your letters.
  • Complete the classroom self-assessment form to help your teacher write the best letter on your behalf after s/he agrees to write for you.


  • Just email your teacher an emoji-filled question.
  • Let your parents ask your teachers to serve as recommenders for you.
  • Ask an advisor/coach who does not teach you this junior year.
  • Ask a 9th/10th grade teacher who does not teach you this junior year.
  • Be sad if a teacher shares that s/he does not think s/he is the best person to write for you but do let your counselor know if this happens so that we can help you.


The College Counseling Team

Important update about the SAT Essay section and Subject Tests

College Board will no longer offer these exams, and we think this is great news.  Learn more here about why these tests are being discontinued in the US.

For an updated schedule of SAT and ACT test dates, please click HERE.

What Exams Are Required to Study in France?

France is a popular destination for foreign students. It has a variety of study programs, the tuition is affordable, and it generates several scholarships and exchange programs. However, international students may have to submit some types of certificates proving they have completed a required international exam. 

Exams for studying in France vary on the admission requirements, on the university itself, and on the nature of the study program. The exams may be either language exams or specific skills exams.

What Exams Do I Need to Study in France? 

You will need at least one of the following exams if you want to study in France: 

  1. TCF (Test de connaissance du français).
  2. Le TEF (The French Evaluation Test).
  3. DELF (Diplôme d’études en langue française).
  4. DALF (Diplôme approfondi de langue française).


TCF is another language test that assesses the applicant’s usage of the French language. International students who know French and want to follow the lectures in French will be required to submit a language test. This test is organized by the CIEP (Centre international d’études pédagogiques) for the French Ministry of Education. 

The exam follows the Common European Framework of Reference for Languages, which means that language proficiency is measured from A1 (basic user) to C2 (advanced user). 

TCC has a compulsory part of the examination and an optional one.

The compulsory section includes:

  • Listening
  • Grammar and vocabulary.
  • Reading

The optional section includes:

  • Spoken interaction.
  • Written expression.



TEF is one of the first standardized tests designed to assess the command of the French language. It became acceptable for studies only in 2012, as initially it was used for immigrants and naturalization.

You will be assessed in your reading, writing, and oral skills. There is also a section of glossary and structure. In order to pass, you need to have very high scores in the written compression and oral section and have at least 14/20 for the written expression section (the understanding of complex usage of the language, including metaphors and idioms).


DELF is administered by the International Centre for French Studies on behalf of the French Ministry of Education. It’s an exam to test the French language proficiency of the applicant. It comprises four levels from A1 to B2, and it tests reading, writing, oral, and listening skills.

You will need to score a 50 out of 100 in order to pass. The requirement for this exam depends on whether you want to study while attending the lessons in French and completing school exams in French.


This exam tests French proficiency in the remaining levels according to the Common European Framework for Languages; levels C1 and C2. While the exams are correlated the certificates are separate diplomas and you can apply for whichever level you feel ready for. 

Requirements for Studying in France

Some requirements when applying to study in France for international students include:

  • Student visa. A student visa for France is required for some international students who are nationals of countries that don’t have a visa agreement with France. The student visa is usually valid for a year. You have to be admitted to a university in order to get a student visa. There is an application process for the visa and the French embassy in your country can help you through this procedure.
  • You should have your passport with you when you apply for the study program. Make sure that the document is up to date. 
  • University application form. Most universities have a specific form you have to fill in initially for your application. You can usually find the form on the university’s official webpage. 
  • Proof of financial stability. Students are required to submit statements that they can afford to study in France and won’t become financially dependent. This may require you to have a specific amount in a savings account and an allotted monthly spending amount.
  • Evidence of paid tuition fee. You have to provide evidence of paid tuition fees. In cases where you haven’t paid the fee then you must submit evidence that you can afford the tuition. If you have a scholarship then submit a certificate proving that your tuition is covered by the scholarship. 

Which Are the Entry Requirements for Universities in France?

The entry requirements for international students in French universities are these:

  • Campus France authorization. Students have to register on the Campus France platform. The platform will help you during your application process and it will save all the important data in your file. 
  • Students have to prepare a detailed CV for their application. In the CV you have to include all your achievements and arrange them by order of which you accomplished them. 
  • Letter of purpose. Make sure you include a well-written letter of purpose. In the letter, you must state the reason why you want to study in France and why you chose the particular program, and what are your career goals.
  • Reference letter. The majority of universities will ask for reference letters. Some universities may ask for more than one and some may have specific requirements on who you should ask to write the reference letter. Most will ask you to provide letters from a professor in your previous academic institutions or an employer who knows you well.

Study in France Application Process

Here is what you should do when you want to apply for studies in France: 

  1. Choose the university. 
  2. Register at Campus France. 
  3. Apply for a student visa. 


Choose the University 

Before you head on and apply for any university in France, do research and see which school will suit you. Check the admission requirements for each school and the specific study program you’re aiming for. If they accept any one of the exams mentioned above, and you have a certificate then it will be easier for you since you won’t have to sit for another exam.

Register at Campus France

Etudes en France or Campus France is a type of e-service where foreign students need to register if they want to study in France. You create an account online, and you will receive instructions on how to proceed.

The platform will help you all throughout the application process. You can submit the required documents, scanned, in your account and a file with your name will exist. 

Some students are not obligated to register at Campus France, this will depend on where you’re from. However, even if you are not required to do so you will be required to submit a preliminary request for admission (Demande d’Admission Préalable – DAP) when you want to register for your first-year bachelor’s degree.

Apply for a Student Visa

Once you complete your application at the university, you need to apply for a visa. Not every student will need a visa – this varies on which country you’re from. You have to check with a French embassy/consulate in your country and contact the admission officer to be sure. 

If you do need a visa, then apply at a local French mission since visas are always issued by the embassies/ consulates.

You have to be admitted to an educational institution first so you can attach a letter of acceptance to your visa application. 

Demystifying the Financial Aid Appeals Process Webinar Hosted by ACT COVID-19 has changed our lives in many ways including financial changes. This webinar provides help for families who’ve experienced economic loss or financial instability. Use this time to learn the options to appeal your school’s financial aid decision due to economic changes in financial standing. Launched April 15, SwiftStudent is a free online resource to support students, their families, and financial aid offices in streamlining the financial aid appeal process. Join this FREE webinar to learn from experts on:
  • What a financial aid appeal is
  • Factors that may qualify students to seek an appeal
  • A tool that can help them request the appeal
Please watch on demand. Applying for need-based financial aid to afford the cost of college? If you are planning to apply for need-based financial aid to afford the cost of college, here are some helpful tips to get you through this process. Priority financial aid application deadlines are generally in February or March. Go to each college’s financial aid website for instructions on what documents they require to be considered for aid. Most schools will require the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) from US Citizens and Permanent Residents requesting financial aid. Basic FAFSA Instructions:
  1. Students* and parents can use their prior year 2020 taxes to complete the FAFSA. Financial aid applications for students enrolling in college in the 2022-2023 academic year will be based on 2020 tax information.
  2. Create your FSA ID at https://fsaid.ed.gov/npas/index.htm. Students AND parents need a FSA ID to securely complete and sign the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) electronically.
  3. Complete the 2022-2023 FAFSA beginning on October 1, 2021 at http://www.fafsa.ed.gov/index.htm. You will need both student* and parent 2020 tax information.
Important Notes:
  • The IRS Data Retrieval Tool allows you to import your tax information directly from the IRS into your FAFSA electronically. Most colleges prefer (and some require) that you use this tool when filling out the FAFSA.
Additional Information: Some schools will require the 2022-2023 CSS/Financial Aid PROFILE (found at http://student.collegeboard.org/css-financial-aid-profile). The PROFILE is a financial aid application that many private and some public colleges use. This document will ask you for 2020 financial information. The College Board charges a fee to send the CSS/Financial Aid PROFILE to schools. You may find a list of institutions that require the PROFILE on the above website; however, we recommend you go to each college’s financial aid website for document requirements and deadlines. Some schools have their own financial aid application documents for you to submit. Be sure to check with each school to which you are applying. If you have any additional questions about financial aid, FinAid.org is a great resource. Of course, you’re always welcome to contact us as well!

AP Update for the New School Year 2021-2022

AP exams will resume the traditional (pre-pandemic) schedule in 2022.  Exams will take place May 2-13.  You can see the complete testing schedule below.

A few important notes:

  • All AP students will need to join their AP classes through their My AP College Board account no later than October 4th.  Details and instructions are provided by AP instructors.
  • The cost is $96 per exam.  After November 15th, there will be a $40 fee for any unused/canceled exam.
  • Exam Only opportunities are available for subjects not taught at LIH.  Please contact Mrs. Young for specific details.

Please reach out to Ms. Combs at mcombs@lihouston.org with any questions or concerns.

Important Reminders:

  • All exam dates are set by The College Board and are not flexible.
  • All students must review the AP Exam Terms and Conditions before their exam.
  • Students—especially seniors—need to indicate through My AP the college, university, or scholarship program they’d like to receive their free score report. Students indicate this information only through My AP. The deadline to indicate or change their free score report recipient through My AP is June 20.
  • Students should review the Calculator Policy for AP exams.
  • All world language exams will be administered with the use of an iPad and a Digital App Recorder. Students should have the opportunities to practice using the devices in class before the exams.


Test Dates

U.S. Registration Deadlines


(a fee applies)

August 28, 2021

July 30, 2021

August 17, 2021

October 2, 2021

September 3, 2021

September 21, 2021

November 6, 2021

October 8, 2021

October 26, 2021

December 4, 2021

November 4, 2021

November 23, 2021

March 12, 2022

February 11, 2022

March 1, 2022

May 7, 2022

April 8, 2022

April 26, 2022

June 4, 2022

May 5, 2022

May 25, 2022

Upcoming ACT TEST Dates 2021-2022


Test Dates

Registration Deadline

(Late Fee Required)

September 11, 2021

August 6, 2021

August 20, 2021

October 23, 2021

September 17, 2021

October 1, 2021

December 11, 2021

November 5, 2021

November 19, 2021

February 12, 2022

January 7, 2022

January 21, 2022

April 2, 2022

February 25, 2022

March 11, 2022

June 11, 2022

May 6, 2022

May 20, 2022

July 16, 2022

June 17, 2022

June 24, 2022

Compass Guide to College Admission Testing – Updated Version (2021-2022)

Want to download a copy of their updated College Admission Testing Guide? click here.

Important update about the SAT Essay section and Subject Tests

College Board will no longer offer these exams, and we think this is great news. Learn more click here. about why these tests are being discontinued in the US.

For an updated schedule of SAT and ACT test dates, click here.

Compass Guide to College Admission Testing – Updated Version (2021-2022)

Want to download a copy of their updated College Admission Testing Guide? click here.

New Concordance Tables for the SAT and ACT

Struggling to figure out which test to take officially? Want to compare your SAT and ACT scores? Check out the new updated, recently released ACT-SAT Concordance Guide and Tables. please click here.to download a copy.

Get Prepared for the PSAT on Wednesday, October 13th

Sophomores and Juniors PSAT – Please come rested and prepared for the PSAT on Wednesday, October 13. Students should arrive no later than 7:45 a.m. to their assigned test location.  Test locations will be emailed to students individually.  Testing should end around 12:30 p.m.  Extended time testers should end around 1:45 p.m.

Students should bring the following:

  • No. 2 pencils
  • Approved calculator
  • Outer wear to stay warm (the gyms/classrooms can get cold)
  • Bottled water and/or snacks (to be consumed during breaks only)

All electronic devices are prohibited and will not be accessible during the entire test period.

If you have any questions, please reach out to Ms. Combs at mcombs@lihouston.org.

Accessing your PSAT Score Report Online

Understanding Your PSAT Score Report