Unofficial transcripts are emailed to students and families at the end of each semester. If you have difficulty accessing yours, contact Staples registrar, Mrs. Fugitt, in the guidance office at email@example.com.
If you are applying for admission to another institution, such as private high schools or summer programs, or for a local scholarship prior to senior year, it is possible that the institution(s) will require an official copy of your high school transcript as part of your application. You may also need a copy of your transcript for other purposes. Official transcripts are sent directly from Staples to the educational institution or organization, not through the individual student. In accordance with the Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act, we cannot release a transcript without the student’s consent and signature. In order to have your transcript sent, email the Transcript Release Form designated for General Purposes (not College Admissions) and Teacher/School Counselor Summer Program Recommendation Request Form (if a school counselor recommendation is required) to Staples registrar, Mrs. Fugitt, in the School Counseling Department office at firstname.lastname@example.org.
In order to determine eligibility, the NCAA requires an official transcript at the end of grade 11 and a final transcript after graduation from Staples. (Note: if you have attended more than one high school, you must request an official transcript separately from each high school.) In order to request a transcript to be sent to the NCAA, complete the NCAA Eligibility Center Transcript Release Form and return to Mrs. Fugitt. The final transcript will be sent automatically for any student who requested their transcript to be sent at the end of grade 11; no additional request is necessary upon graduation.
When making your request, allow at least two weeks for processing the transcript, plus mailing time.