School Codes

  • School Codes ACT, SAT, CEEB CODE: The (CEEB) College Entrance Examination Board code for Oak Park High School is 050006  The CEEB code numbers are used to register for any ACT or SAT program test and to send score reports to  colleges and scholarship programs. If you need a College Board code number  for countries, college majors, college and scholarship programs, test centers, or high schools, you may also use the College Board Code Search link at:   

      • CALIFORNIA STATE STUDENT I.D. NUMBER: California launched a voluntary student data system in 1997 to help school districts submit electronic reports to the state and transfer student records to other districts and colleges and universities.
      • In 2002 Senate Bill 1453 required each K-12 student in a California public school to have an individual, yet non-personally identifiable, Statewide Student Identifier (SSID). In conjunction with this many California colleges and universities have begun asking for the (SSID) as part of their admissions process. The (SSID) number is printed on the OPHS transcript, and can also be accessed through the "Demographics" link on Zangle. It is a 10 digit number. For more information about the California Statewide Student Identifier program go to the following website:  

    (CDS) CALIFORNIA STATE I.D.:  The California Basic Educational Data System (CBEDS) has a school code that is  used primarily for internal purposes by schools and school districts. It is however,  also the code required when students register for the (CHSPE) California High School Proficiency Examination. For more information about the (CHSPE) go to the following web site:   

    The CDS Code for Oak Park High School is: 56 73874 5630132

    FEDERAL SCHOOL CODES: When completing the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) and you want that information sent to schools that you might attend, you have to enter the Federal School Code for those schools on the application If you're filling out the paper form, use this search page to find the Federal School Codes for your schools. It can be accessed at:

    You may also contact our Federal Student Aid Information Center at 1-800-4-FED-AID (1-800-433-3243) for additional information on completing your FAFSA. If you plan to file a FAFSA electronically by using FAFSA on the web or FAFSA Express, you won't need to use this search page. To find out more about applying electronically, go to the "Electronic FAFSA" web page which cane be accessed at:
Last Modified on November 5, 2020