High School CEEB Codes in Kyrgyzstan

By | March 20, 2019

There are 10 high school codes in Kyrgyzstan today, according to the ACT. The full list is shown below by city, with name of each high school and the city where the school is located (based on the ACT official site). You can search a school code by pressing “Ctrl” + “F” and then type school name or 6-digit school code.

Map of Kyrgyzstan

High School Codes in Kyrgyzstan

High School Codes by City

BISHKEK
BISHKEK AICHUROK GIRLS HS
  • High School Code
  • 706029
BISHKEK
BRANCH OF SILK ROAD INTL SCH
  • High School Code
  • 666006
BISHKEK
ESCA BISHKEK INTL SCHOOL
  • High School Code
  • 666002
BISHKEK
HOPE ACADEMY OF BISHKEK
  • High School Code
  • 666000
BISHKEK
OXFORD INTERNATIONAL SCHOOL
  • High School Code
  • 706031
BISHKEK
QSI INTL SCH-BISHKEK
  • High School Code
  • 666160
BISHKEK
SILK ROAD INTL SCHOOL
  • High School Code
  • 666001
KYZYL-KIYA
KYZYL-KIYA ISKHAK RAZZAKOV HS
  • High School Code
  • 706008
OSH
OSH SEMA HIGH SCHOOL
  • High School Code
  • 666007
TOKMOK TOWN
TOKMOK UMUT HIGH SCHOOL
  • High School Code
  • 706032

The above lists CEEB codes (College Entrance Examination Board) for all accredited Kyrgyzstan high schools. Please be informed that the list of high school codes in Kyrgyzstan may change throughout the year. If you can’t find codes for the high schools of your interest, please write to us or come back at a later time. We will update our database soon after a new high school code is added to the country of Kyrgyzstan.

Country Abbreviations

KGZ is the three-letter country code of Kyrgyzstan, and KG is the two-letter country code of Kyrgyzstan. The two-letter suffix is used in top-level domains on the Internet as .kg.

Population

The population consists of Kyrgyz (72.4%), Uzbeks (14.4%), Russians (6.6%), Dungans (1.1%), Uyghurs (1.0%) as well as Ukrainians, Kazakhs, Tajiks, Tatars and other ethnic groups together. The originally higher proportion of Germans has fallen to 0.4% as a result of the high level of emigration since the early 1990s. The declining proportion of Russians (25.9% in 1979) is also due to emigration (especially those who have returned to Russia since 1991). The average population density is (2017) 32 residents / km 2, however, due to the natural conditions, it is very different from region to region. The mountainous relief stands in the way of a denser settlement, but it offers a habitat for nomads (sheep breeding). The main areas of settlement are the Tschu and Talas valleys, the peripheral areas of the Fergana Basin, the Naryn and Alaital valleys and the eastern bank of the Issykkul. The degree of urbanization is comparatively low at 36% (2017). The largest cities are the regional metropolis of Bishkek and Osh, once an important trading center on the Silk Road.

The biggest cities in Kyrgyzstan

Biggest Cities (Residents 2020)
Bishkek 1 039 100
Osh 283 300
Jalal-Abad 111 100
Karakol 78 100
Tokmak 66 300

Religion

The constitution guarantees religious freedom and establishes the separation of state and religion as a constitutional principle. The religious communities are subject to state registration. The Sunni Islam (mainly the hanefitische law school) is the largest religious community to which the Kyrgyz, Uzbeks and other Turkic Nationalities, according to the latest available estimates, nominally belong to around 84–87% of the population. Less than 1% of Muslims are Shiites. The spiritual administrative structure of the Soviet Union, which placed the Kyrgyz Muslims under the spiritual leadership of the Muftiate in Tashkent, officially continued to exist after 1990, but ended de facto in 1993 when the Islamic clergy in Kyrgyzstan began to set up spiritual organizational structures that were independent of Tashkent. Numerous Muslims feel connected to popular Islam, which is influenced by Sufi.

The vast majority of Christians, around 5% of the population, belong to the Orthodox Church. The Russian Orthodox Archdiocese of Tashkent exists for Orthodox Christians (Russians and Ukrainians) in Kyrgyzstan, Tajikistan, Turkmenistan and Uzbekistan. The spiritual care of the few Catholic Christians is provided by the Apostolic Administration of Kyrgyzstan (seat: Bishkek; established in 1997 as an ecclesiastical mission). The Lutherans, like the Catholics predominantly members of the German minority, belong to the Kyrgyzstan regional church of the Evangelical Lutheran Church in Russia and other countries. There are also very small churches of Adventists, Baptists and Pentecostals.

Elements of the ancient shamanic heritage and animism have survived among the Islamic population. Buddhists (0.5%) and Jews form very small religious minorities.

Osh

Osch, [ ɔ ʃ ], regional capital in Kyrgyzstan, 870–1 110 m above sea level, on the southeastern edge of the Fergana Basin, (2020) 283 300 residents.

University, TH; Cotton and silk processing, food, building materials and electrotechnical industries; Starting point of the East Pamir Road to Khorog and the trunk road (“Great Kyrgyzstan Wing”) to Bishkek. The holy mountain Sulamain-Too, which is located near Osh and is a holy place for both pre-Islamic and Islamic faiths, was declared a World Heritage Site by UNESCO in 2009.

Osh, as early as the 1st millennium BC Colonized in the 9th / 10th centuries BC, it is one of the oldest cities in Central Asia. In the 19th century, the city was an important political and commercial center on the Silk Road.

Karakol

Karakol, 1889-1921 and 1939-1994 Przhevalsk, Prževal’sk [pr ʒ.epsilon. valjsk], capital of the region Issykkul, in Kyrgyzstan, 1 770 m above the sea level, at the northern foot of the Terskei Alatau, Riverfront karakol, near East bank of the Issykkul, (2020) 78 100 residents.

Pedagogical University, Prschewalski Museum, History Museum, Zoological Garden; Fruit processing and wineries (in the area fruit and wine growing), clothing, building materials and electrotechnical industries. To the north of Karakol is the port of Pristan-Karakol on the Issykkul. Several health resorts and sanatoriums (thermal springs) were built around Karakol.

Karakol was founded in 1869 as a Russian military base.