The Scoir CSV/Manifest File

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The Scoir CSV/Manifest File is provided to assist colleges in matching application-related materials ("Student Records") to the appropriate student's application file. Scoir's transmission of Student Records, including all personally identifiable information contained therein, is related to a student's application for enrollment pursuant to 34 CFR §99.31(a)(2). Colleges are required to comply fully with the provisions of 34 CFR §99 in storing and safeguarding all Student Records received via Scoir.

The Below Table Highlights the Fields

The Fields can be used to better process more accurate information about student applicants. In this guide, we have provided all current fields available in the file.

How To Use This Table

This table should be used as a reference guide for custom mapping the file to your Slate or CRM system. The table is broken into three categories: Field Name, Description, and Sample View.


Field Name: This is the name of the field that can be mapped.

Description: This is a description of the field which may provide insight on how it can be used.

Sample View: This is a sample of what the field will look like in use.

Field Name

Description

Sample Value

Student Information

Scoir ID

Unique user ID on Scoir

5f3d4798ee2a0d0001db6330

First Name

Student first name 

Bart

Middle Name

Student middle name

JoJo

Last Name

Student last name

Simpson

DOB

Student date of birth

2/25/2003

Class Year

Year the student will graduate

2021

Student Address

Student home address

742 Evergreen Terrace

Student City

Student city of residence

Springfield

Student State

Student state of residence

OR

Student Zip

Student zip code

97478

Email

The student’s personal email. If no student personal email, this is the student’s school email.

bsimpson487@gmail.com

BackupEmail

The student’s school email. If there are two personal emails, this is the student’s alternate personal email.

bjsimpson@sfhs.edu

Common App Id

The Id assigned to the student on Common App as self-reported by the student or counselor. It should not be leveraged as a primary matching criteria.

24000997

Application Type and High School Profile

Admission plan

The application type for how the student is applying to the college or university. You may need to map this value to the admission plan names/descriptions that you use since these are generalized terms.

Regular Decision

High School Name

Name of the high school the student is attending

Springfield High School

CEEB Code

The school’s unique six-digit code identifier for the College Board system

734589

High School Address

The school’s street address

19 Plympton Street

High School City

The school’s city

Springfield

High School State

The school’s state

OR

High School Zip Code

The school’s zip code

97478

High School Latitude

The school’s latitude coordinate

39.9557

High School Longitude

The school’s longitude coordinate

-75.215698

High School Website

The school’s website

www.sfhs.edu

School Reports Template

Courses Offered

Courses offered that are typically not part of the school’s standard curricula. Options include International Baccalaureate, Advanced Placement, and/or Honors.

IB AP Honors

AP Courses Offered

Number of Advanced Placement courses that are offered by the school

12

AP Limit Per Year

Maximum number of Advanced Placement courses that a student can take in a school year

4

IB Courses Offered

Number of International Baccalaureate courses that are offered by the school

10

IB Limit Per Year

Maximum number of International Baccalaureate courses that a student can take in a school year

3

Honors Courses Offered

Number of Honors courses that are offered by the school

16

Honors Limit Per Year

Maximum number of Honors courses that a student can take in a school year

4

Course Comments

A toggle to enable/disable the Course Comments Response for all SSRs

Yes

Course Comments Response

A 500 character free-form field where counselors include more context around the school’s course offerings.

With the exception of Advanced Placement US History in the sophomore year students generally have the opportunity to begin taking AP classes at ABC High School in the junior year. Our School considers two AP classes a heavy commitment and permission of the Assistant Head of School for Academics is required if a student wants to take more than two APs.

Block Scheduling

A selection that indicates whether classes are taken on a block schedule

Yes

Senior Class Size

The count of students in the senior class. It can be set in the school reports template and changed by the counselor when creating the SSR for the student.

274

Class ranking method

The method used to determine the student’s class rank. Options are Numeric, Decile, Quartile, or Quintile.

Numeric

Class rank grading scale

The grading scale leveraged to assign class rank

Unweighted

GPA reporting

The method for reporting the student’s cumulative GPA

Unweighted

GPA minimum

Minimum cumulative GPA that is based on GPA reporting method

0.00

GPA maximum

Maximum cumulative GPA that is based on the GPA reporting method

4.00

Highest senior GPA

The highest cumulative GPA in the senior class that is based on the GPA reporting method

4.25

Disclose student GPA to colleges

Configuration to enable/disable the disclosure of the student’s GPA in the school reports

Yes

Counselor Information

Counselor first name

Counselor first name

W.

Counselor middle name

Counselor middle name

Seymour

Counselor last name

Counselor last name

Skinner

Counselor title

Counselor’s title or position at their school

Principal & Counselor

Counselor work phone

Counselor work phone number

5415555555

Counselor work extension

Counselor work extension

125

Counselor cell phone

Counselor cell phone number

5415555555

Counselor email

Counselor work email

wsskinner@sfhs.edu

Secondary School Report

SSR Unweighted GPA

Student’s cumulative unweighted GPA. This field can only be entered when Unweighted is selected as the school’s GPA reporting.

3.42

SSR Weighted GPA

Student’s cumulative weighted GPA. This field can only be entered when Weighted is selected as the school’s GPA reporting.

3.89

SSR Class Rank

Student’s class rank in relation to their senior classmates. The Class ranking method indicates how the student is being ranked (e.g. Numeric).

47

SSR Rank Out Of

Senior class size

289

SSR Students Sharing Rank

Number of students in the senior class that share the same class rank as this student applicant

0

SSR Rank Provided Date

Date the class rank was provided

06/05/2020

SSR IB Diploma Candidate

Student is (Yes) or is not (No) an International Baccalaureate Diploma candidate

Yes

SSR AICE Diploma Candidate

Student is (Yes) or is not (No) a Cambridge Advanced International Certificate of Education Diploma candidate

No

SSR AP Capstone Candidate

Student is (Yes) or is not (No) an Advanced Placement Capstone candidate

No

SSR Course 1 - Full Year / First Semester / First Trimester

Field 1 for senior year courses in the first semester or trimester, or entire school year

Pre Calculus

SSR Course 2 - Full Year / First Semester / First Trimester

Field 2 for senior year courses in the first semester or trimester, or entire school year

English Literature

SSR Course 3 - Full Year / First Semester / First Trimester

Field 3 for senior year courses in the first semester or trimester, or entire school year

Chemistry

SSR Course 4 - Full Year / First Semester / First Trimester

Field 4 for senior year courses in the first semester or trimester, or entire school year

Spanish I

SSR Course 5 - Full Year / First Semester / First Trimester

Field 5 for senior year courses in the first semester or trimester, or entire school year

SSR Course 6 - Full Year / First Semester / First Trimester

Field 6 for senior year courses in the first semester or trimester, or entire school year

SSR Course 7 - Full Year / First Semester / First Trimester

Field 7 for senior year courses in the first semester or trimester, or entire school year

SSR Course 8 - Full Year / First Semester / First Trimester

Field 8 for senior year courses in the first semester or trimester, or entire school year

SSR Course 1 - Second Semester / Second Trimester

Field 1 for senior year courses in the second semester or trimester

Calculus

SSR Course 2 - Second Semester / Second Trimester

Field 2 for senior year courses in the second semester or trimester

Graphic Arts

SSR Course 3 - Second SSR Semester / Second Trimester

Field 3 for senior year courses in the second semester or trimester

Health & Physical Education

SSR Course 4 - Second Semester / Second Trimester

Field 4 for senior year courses in the second semester or trimester

Spanish II

SSR Course 5 - Second Semester / Second Trimester

Field 5 for senior year courses in the second semester or trimester

SSR Course 6 - Second Semester / Second Trimester

Field 6 for senior year courses in the second semester or trimester

SSR Course 7 - Second Semester / Second Trimester

Field 7 for senior year courses in the second semester or trimester

SSR Course 8 - Second Semester / Second Trimester

Field 8 for senior year courses in the second semester or trimester

Course 1 - Third Semester / Additional

Field 1 for senior year courses in the third semester or additional courses

AP Calculus

Course 2 - Third Semester / Additional

Field 2 for senior year courses in the third semester or additional courses

Biology

Course 3 - Third Semester / Additional

Field 3 for senior year courses in the third semester or additional courses

Spanish III

Course 4 - Third Semester / Additional

Field 4 for senior year courses in the third semester or additional courses

Music Theory

Course 5 - Third Semester / Additional

Field 5 for senior year courses in the third semester or additional courses

Course 6 - Third Semester / Additional

Field 6 for senior year courses in the third semester or additional courses

Course 7 - Third Semester / Additional

Field 7 for senior year courses in the third semester or additional courses

Course 8 - Third Semester / Additional

Field 8 for senior year courses in the third semester or additional courses

Academic Rigor Rating

The counselor’s rating for how demanding the student’s course load is compared to their peers

Very Demanding

Academic Achievement Rating

The counselor’s rating for the student’s academic achievements

Above Average

Extracurricular Rating

The counselor’s rating for the student’s involvement in extracurricular activities and participation

Average

Personal Qualities Rating

The counselor’s rating for the student’s qualities and characteristics

Excellent (Top 10%)

Overall Rating

The counselor’s overall rating of the student

Above Average

Disciplinary Information

A description of any serious disciplinary violations during the student’s time in high school

Bart got into a bit of trouble when he was younger. His punishment was to write on the chalkboard over and over until he learned his lesson.

Additional Comments

A free text field for any additional comments that the counselor wishes to add that was not covered elsewhere

Bart is a good student and wonderful person. Please consider accepting him into your school.

Contact Counselor

Counselor has or has not indicated that they want the college to contact them

Yes

Recommender Information

Recommendation File Name

The file name for the recommendation submitted by the recommender

TBD

Recommender First Name

Recommender first name

Edna

Recommender Last Name

Recommender last name

Krabappel

Recommender Title

Recommender title or position

Teacher

Recommender Email

Recommender email

ekflanders@sfhs.edu

Recommender Phone

Recommender phone number

5415556423

Recommender Type

Teacher, Counselor, and Other are the recommender types

Teacher

Recommender Count

Count of recommenders that have written a recommendation on behalf of the student

2

Student Ethnicity and Demographics

Senior Class Size

Senior class size

289

Attend 4-Year College

Percentage of students attending a 4-year college or university

65%

Attend 2-Year College

Percentage of students attending a 2-year college or university

23%

First Generation Students

Percentage of students that are the first in their family to attend a college or university

12%

White/Caucasian

Percentage of Caucasian students in the school

70%

Black/African American

Percentage of African American students in the school

15%

Hispanic/Latino

Percentage of Latino students in the school

9%

Asian

Percentage of Asian students in the school

5%

Native American

Percentage of Native American students in the school

0%

Other/Undisclosed

Percentage of Undisclosed students in the school

1%

US Citizens

Percentage of US Citizens in the school

98%

Non US Citizens

Percentage of Non US Citizens in the school

2%

Free or Reduced Lunches

Percentage of students that are eligible to receive free or reduced lunches

13%

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