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Graduation Preparatory Academy (GPA) at Lanier

GPA at Lanier

The Graduation Preparatory Academy at Lanier High School is a unique educational setting that offers credit recovery and accelerated learning to students in a self-paced, non-traditional environment.

Through a variety of tech platforms (such as GradPoint, Odyssey and Edgenuity), students work toward fulfilling their potential, looking toward high school graduation and beyond.

Certified teachers and staff use a variety of district-wide resources such as Positive Behavior Intervention Supports and Social Emotional Learning for a whole child approach to teaching and learning. We're proud to be a part of Lanier High School, the crown jewel of North Austin education.

Kevin Owens, Assistant Principal, (512) 414-2897   kevin.owens@austinisd.org

Izela Thomas, Registrar, (512) 414-2896  izela.thomas@austinisd.org

Felisa Jimenez, Parent Support Specialist, (512) 841-2613 felisa.g.jimenez@austinisd.org


GPA Lanier Fax Number: (512) 414-2610

Graduation Preparatory Academy (GPA) Course Completion Form

Graduation Preparatory Academy (GPA) Flier

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TRANSCRIPT REQUEST:

 To request an official copy of your transcript please complete the following (shown below) and send an email request to izela.thomas@austinisd.org or request via fax #512-414-2896


Please include the following in your request:
1. Full name used while you attended
2. Date of birth
3. Last 4 digits of your social security number (if you have one)
4. The year you graduated or last attended
5. Where you want GPAT at Lanier to send your transcript or if you want to pick up

GPA at Lanier does charge $1.00 for each official transcript.

If the student is over 18, they must request their own records.
During a student's high school career there are occasions in which a student will need to have a copy of his/her academic record provided to a college, individual, or organization as part of a scholarship application or as part of the employment process. As provided by district policy (FL Legal and Local), the release of student academic records will occur only with parental permission for students under the age of 18.
This request will include the following:

  • The student's academic achievement record (AAR, which is commonly referred to as a transcript).
  • The AAR gives a list of the student's courses, grades and credits earned, class rank, grade point average (GPA), and demographic information.
  • Test scores of test taken by the student in preparation for high school graduation or admission to college (TAAS, TAKS, EOC).