Academic Performance and Course Selection
When evaluating your application for freshman admission, we are very interested in understanding how you took advantage of your high school academic experience. During the evaluation process, considerable emphasis is placed on the curriculum taken during high school, keeping in mind what was available at each school. Successful applicants are those who take advantage of the most rigorous curriculum available to them in whatever form that may take – Advanced Placement, International Baccalaureate, magnet classes, dual enrollment, etc. In addition to considering the courses taken, we are also looking for demonstrated success in those courses.
High School Transcript & GPA
All applicants to Georgia Tech are required to submit an official high school transcript, or their country's equivalent, when they apply. Please request that your transcript be sent to us directly from your high school counselor by the appropriate document deadline. If your high school is able to send this document to us electronically via an approved service (Docufide, EScripts, GA College 411) that is our strong preference.
During the application process, we will evaluate the weighted GPA (if available) listed on your high school transcript. Utilizing this method enables us to look at your grades and class selection within the context of your own high school.
High School Transcripts for Admitted Students
Students who are admitted and plan to attend Georgia Tech will be required to submit a final, official high school transcript prior to enrollment that indicates high school graduation. We expect to see that students have maintained the same level of academic accomplishment upon graduation as when they applied.
Entering students are required to meet the minimum course requirements set by the University System of Georgia as outlined below.
- English - 4 Units
- Math - 4 Units
- Science - 4 Units
- Social Science - 3 Units
- Foreign Language - 2 Units