Steps to Request a Transcript for Current Students and Recent Graduate (Classes of 2016 and later)
- Transcript Requests must be submitted to the Registrar's Office 3-5 school days prior to the mailing deadline. If they are received after the 3-day notice we will not be able to guarantee the mailing of transcripts for colleges/universities and/or scholarship deadlines. There will be no official transcripts issued for hand-carried purposes.
- Test scores will not be included on the transcript. Test scores must be requested from the testing agency directly (i.e. ACT or SAT).
- Learn more about Naviance here
Sending a Transcript to Another Institution (Non-College)
- You can also request a transcript by downloading the Transcript Request Form here.
- You can either bring in the Transcript Request Form to the Counseling Office or FAX it to the attention of Registrar at 816-359-5036.
- For questions about sending transcripts, please contact Shelley West by e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org or by phone at 816-359-5670.
High School Graduates (Classes of 1998-2015 only)
To request a transcript as a graduate of Park Hill South High School, complete a Transcript Request Form and submit it to Mrs. Shelley West, registrar, by FAX (816-359-5036), by mail or in person.
Did you take a Dual Credit class at PHS through MCC-Maple Woods and
need your college transcript?
If you have earned college credit from MCC-Maple Woods through a dual credit class at Park Hill South, you must request to have a transcript sent to the college/university you plan to attend after you graduate. To request a transcript, follow these instructions:
Did you take an Advanced Placement (AP) Class and need to have your scores sent to your college?
To have your scores sent to your college after you graduate high school: AP scores will be available online in mid July each summer. 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: