Transcripts and Student Records
As students apply to post secondary schools or the military they will be required to forward a transcript of grades from the high school they attend. These transcripts are sent from the guidance office upon parent or student request. Students transferring to another high school should have the guidance office send their records to the new school.
Student records are on file in the guidance office. Should a student want to request to see his/her records they should stop by to make an appointment with a counselor.
STUDENTS 18 OR OLDER MUST SIGN FOR A TRANSCRIPT TO BE RELEASED; WE CANNOT ACCEPT PARENTS' SIGNATURES FOR ADULT STUDENTS.
Former students who need A transcript MUST make a written request to us (not by email). The fee is $3.00. Checks should be made out to East High School and mailed with the written and signed request to 301 North 40th Avenue East, Duluth, MN, 55804.
Click here for transcript release form.
SENIOR TRANSCRIPT INFORMATION - EAST HIGH SCHOOL TRANSCRIPTS:
The college that you decide to attend in the fall will need to have a final transcript sent directly from East High School. This transcript verifies that you graduated and gives your final class rank and overall grade point average. This information is kept in our files permanently. Seniors will need to come to the Guidance Office to fill out a form to request that a final transcript be sent. You can come in and do this anytime throughout the year and we will keep your request until the transcript is ready to be sent. If you are not on campus and need a transcript sent, you can access a request form directly by clicking here
Fill it out and drop it off in the Guidance Office or mail it to the following address:
Attn: Transcript Request
. .. Duluth East High School
. ....301 North 40th Avenue East
. .. Duluth, MN 55804
The final transcript will then be sent to your college in the beginning of July.
COLLEGE IN THE SCHOOLS (CITS) COURSES TRANSCRIPTS:
In order to receive credit at your college for your CITS courses, you will need to have a transcript sent from each institution (i.e. UMD, LSC, or FDLTCC) where you received college credit. To see a listing of what colleges to contact, please see below. The transcript must go directly from one college to another - we do not have a record of your college credits at the high school. Also, it is important to note that you need to wait until your grades are entered into their system. This generally does not happen until the beginning of July of the year you graduate. Do not request transcripts earlier than this because they will only list the course as being in progress not completed. The procedure for requesting transcripts differs at each school and is as follows:
Lake Superior College - Cost is $5.00 per transcript.
You can obtain a request form by going to their website ( http://www.lsc.edu/ ) and clicking onto "Student Portal". Along the top go to "Academic Information". Fom the fly-out menu choose "Records and Registration". Click on "Request your LSC transcript" and follow the directions.
Fond du Lac Tribal & Community College - Cost is $8.00 per official transcript.
Request forms are available from their website ( http://www.fdltcc.edu/ ). From there you would go to "Campus Information" and then to "Records & Registration". At that point you would click onto "Transcript Request". Print off this form, complete it and mail it in.
University of Minnesota - Duluth - Cost is $8.00 per transcript.
You can obtain a transcript request form by going to their website ( http://www.d.umn.edu/ ) and clicking onto "Current Students". Then under "Records", go to "Grades and Transcripts". Click "Request An Official Transcript". You have the choice of submitting it on-line or printing a form and mailing it in.
Once again, remember to give the colleges enough time to enter in your final grades. It is a process that generally takes the entire month of June. Do not request the transcript too early or you will probably need to do it again. If you have any questions about the transcript process, please see your Guidance Counselor.