Leander High School's online student-run newspaper

The Roar

Leander High School's online student-run newspaper

The Roar

Leander High School's online student-run newspaper

The Roar

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LISD implements new policy regarding GPA/class rank on transcripts

Beginning this year, the Leander Independent School District is implementing a new class rank policy regarding transcripts.

  • Class rank information will be provided to all students, but will not automatically be printed on transcripts. By law, class rank will be calculated to determine top ten percent.

  • Once you have made the decision to report or not report rank you must fill out what is called the Rank Choice Form. This could be found in the packet given to your senior son or daughter during their senior counselor meeting ┬áthat was either on Thursday, September 19 or Friday, September 20. This form has to be filled out and turned in to the registrar by October 15, 2013. If you do not turn it in before Oct. 15, your transcript will not be printed.

  • Some colleges you may be considering require that you include class rank as well as GPA on your transcript.

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If you are in need of any further information you may visit the LHS website at lhs.leanderisd.org, and view a powerpoint that gives more detailed information to help you and your student make a decision.

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Emary Greene, Staff Writer
Emary Greene is a senior this year, a member of PALs, and the volleyball manager. She has two older siblings and one younger sibling. She loves English and has a passion for photography. She plans on majoring in photography when she gets to college. Knowing that she is going to leave high school after this year, she wants to give her all so she can get into a good college. She is very open about her love for Jesus Christ; He keeps her going in life. In her spare time, she likes to paint, photograph, and play ultimate frisbee. She is also a mentor to pre-teens at her church and she is very involved in her church youth group. She is sweet, funny, and she loves macaroni & cheese!