TRANSCRIPT RELEASE FORM:
In order for an official transcript to be sent you will need to fill out a copy of the Transcript Release Form and return it to Mrs. Long, in Student Support. Copies of this form need to be picked up in the Student Support Center (Counseling). If you are under 18, we will need to have a parent/guardian signature on the form. If you are over 18, you can sign the top of the form yourself. This form will be kept on file in the Staley Counseling Office. Mrs. Long will keep a record of the dates and locations your transcript is sent.
PICK UP A COPY OF THE TRANSCRIPT RELEASE FORM IN THE STUDENT SUPPORT COUNSELING CENTER FROM KELLEY LEWIS OR JENNIFER LONG. FILL OUT THIS FORM ONE TIME AND RETURN TO MRS. LONG! PARENT SIGNATURE NEEDED. THIS WILL BE KEPT ON FILE IN THE COUNSELING OFFICE.
(Please make sure the above document is on file in the counseling office). Each time you need a transcript sent to a college, or for a scholarship purpose, come by Student Support and see Mrs. Lewis. You will need to obtain a transcript request form from her (see below), fill the form out completely, and give it back to Mrs. Long. She will use this form to send your official copy of your transcript, based on where you tell us to send it.
Please allow 2 weeks to complete and mail your request.
FILL THIS FORM OUT COMPLETELY..... EVERY TIME YOU NEED YOUR TRANSCRIPT SENT! RETURN TO MRS. LONG IN STUDENT SUPPORT!
Did you take Dual Credit College Classes
from one of these universities?
To access your college transcript, contact the college directly at the links below:
Central Methodist University (CMU)
Metropolitan Community College - Maple Woods
Missouri Science & Technology (Rolla)
Missouri State University (Springfield)
Northwest Missouri State University
University of Missouri Kansas City (UMKC)
Did you take an Advanced Placement (AP) Class
and need your scores
sent to your college?
To have your scores
sent to your college, see below:
AP scores will be available online July 5th.
To get scores, student must sign up for a College Board account by going to apscore.org.
We encourage students to take this step now so
they’ll be ready to access their AP scores in July.
For more information, go to apscore.org.
Find colleges and universities that offer credit or placement for AP scores: