Getting your high school transcript

As an alum, there are several reasons why you might need a copy of your high school transcript, such as to prove that you graduated or to send to employers, colleges, scholarships, and other opportunities.

Getting your transcript is easy—follow the steps below to find out how.

  1. Fill out the Student Records Request Form
  2. Contact your high school to find out if they have a specific date and time for alums to come get their transcripts
  3. Go to the most recent NYC public high school you attended with the above documents to get a copy of your transcript. Use the NYC School Search if you need to find the address of your school.
  4. Make sure you bring a state-issued photo ID or passport

 

Please note:

  • There are two different kinds of transcripts available: a “student transcript,” organized by year and term, and a “student permanent record,” organized by subject. Make sure that you know which one your employer, school, or program requires before you ask for it.
  • Many employers and colleges require an “official” transcript; this means that they require a transcript be authenticated and signed and stamped by a NYC Department of Education staff member and sealed in a signed envelope. Make sure to specify with your high school that you want an official transcript if your employer or school requires one.

 

Contact your high school (or the high school that currently holds your transcript) if you have any questions.

  1. Fill out the Student Records Request Form
  2. Prepare an envelope with a copy of your state-issued photo ID or passport with a signature
  3. Look up the address of your high school using the NYC School Search and mail the above documents to the school

 

Contact your high school (or the high school that currently holds your transcript) if you have any questions.

  1. Fill out the Student Records Request Form
  2. Find the school that currently holds your transcript by clicking here and contact them to find out if they have a specific date and time for alums to come get their transcripts
  3. Look up the address of the school currently holding your transcript using the NYC School Search,
  4. Make sure you bring a state-issued photo ID or passport

 

Contact your high school (or the high school that currently holds your transcript) if you have any questions.

  1. Fill out the Student Records Request Form
  2. Contact your high school to find out if they have a specific date and time for alums to come get their transcripts
  3. Go to the most recent NYC public high school you attended with the above documents to get a copy of your transcript. Use the NYC School Search if you need to find the address of your school.
  4. Make sure you bring a state-issued photo ID or passport

 

Please note:

  • There are two different kinds of transcripts available: a “student transcript,” organized by year and term, and a “student permanent record,” organized by subject. Make sure that you know which one your employer, school, or program requires before you ask for it.
  • Many employers and colleges require an “official” transcript; this means that they require a transcript be authenticated and signed and stamped by a NYC Department of Education staff member and sealed in a signed envelope. Make sure to specify with your high school that you want an official transcript if your employer or school requires one.

 

Contact your high school (or the high school that currently holds your transcript) if you have any questions.

  1. Fill out the Student Records Request Form
  2. Prepare an envelope with a copy of your state-issued photo ID or passport with a signature
  3. Look up the address of your high school using the NYC School Search and mail the above documents to the school

 

Contact your high school (or the high school that currently holds your transcript) if you have any questions.

  1. Fill out the Student Records Request Form
  2. Find the school that currently holds your transcript by clicking here and contact them to find out if they have a specific date and time for alums to come get their transcripts
  3. Look up the address of the school currently holding your transcript using the NYC School Search,
  4. Make sure you bring a state-issued photo ID or passport

 

Contact your high school (or the high school that currently holds your transcript) if you have any questions.