Transcripts for Seniors

Seniors have the option to purchase unlimited transcripts for $10 at Senior Kick-Off Day, or they may order individual transcripts at the regular fee of $4 each. Seniors should consider how many colleges they are applying to and which of those colleges require an official high school transcript as part of their application when deciding whether or not to purchase unlimited transcripts. Seniors who qualify for the Free and Reduced Price Meal Program should see their counselor before paying for transcripts.

Seniors that need transcripts for college applications should add all of the colleges to which they are applying to their "Colleges I'm Applying To" list on Naviance. The majority of schools accept transcripts electronically, so your counselor can send them for you during your senior conference, or you can email your counselor and ask them to send your transcripts. If you're applying to a college that requires hard-copy transcripts sent through the mail, provide your counselor with the mailing address to which your transcript should be sent. Whether you are requesting transcripts to be sent electronically or through the mail, your counselor will check whether or not you've paid the unlimited transcript fee. If you haven't, you'll be required to submit payment of $4 per transcript at the time of your request. Remember that UC and CSU campuses do not require a transcript at the time of application, but if they email you requesting that one be sent, you should notify your counselor right away.

Transcripts for Freshmen, Sophomores, and Juniors

Freshmen, sophomores, or juniors who need an official transcript to be sent directly to a scholarship program, a summer camp, or any other institution should order their transcript via Parchment. The $4 fee will be paid through Parchment. Parchment will give you the option to have your transcript sent directly to the institution or program either electronically or through the mail - you will need to provide the email address or mailing address to which it should be sent. Please note that if you have a transcript sent to your home via Parchment and you open it, it will no longer be considered official. 

Freshmen, sophomores, or juniors who want to order an official hard-copy of their transcript and pick it up in the Counseling Office should order their transcript through the Web Store and then, see the Registrar, Ms. Lontayao, to request their transcript.

Freshmen, sophomores, or juniors who need an unofficial transcript should contact their counselor.

Transcripts for Alumni

NHS alumni should order official and unofficial transcripts via Parchment


The first time you order a transcript via Parchment, you will need to create a "New Learner Account." If you need assistance, refer to the Parchment Guide to High School Transcripts