Request for Transcripts

Prior to requesting transcripts:
1. Student must complete the Parental Release of Academic Records form, which must be signed by the parent if the student is under 18.  Form is available in the Guidance Office.

2. Student should have already started the application and linked CommonApp to Naviance. Student must complete the FERPA waiver/release form when establishing the Common App account. 

Transcript Requests:
After submitting the applications to the colleges, submitting parent brag sheet to the counselor and requesting teacher recommendation letters:

1. Complete a Transcript Request Form for each school. Forms are available in the Guidance Office and must be submitted to Mrs. Hemschoot personally, along with a $2 fee for each transcript request. Please fill out form completely, including the college due date, names of teachers student has requested letters from, and the date they were requested. Do NOT leave this form in counselor mailboxes.

2. Enter "Request a Transcript: in Naviance.

Please allow 15 school days in advance of your first deadline and 10 school days prior to all additional college deadlines:

October 15th Deadline (some southern schools)- submit request by October 1st.
November 15th Deadline                                   -  submit request by October 15th
November 30th Deadline                                   - submit request by October 30th

Transcripts include final grades through junior year.  If a school requests 1st quarter or mid-term senior year grades,  students must submit a separate request (no additional fee.) Mid-year grades will not be sent automatically.

If the Transcript Request Form indicates that the student completed an online application, the Guidance Office will automatically submit the online Secondary School Report and submit it along with your counselor's letter. 

Unofficial Transcripts:
Students will receive an unofficial copy of their transcripts at the Senior/Parent Group Guidance Meetings or during the individual studetnt/parent meeting with the student's Guidance Counselor.  An unofficial transcript is one that is in the student's possession, and not sent to a school directly from the Guidance Office. Students are encouraged to make copies of the unofficial transcript to have for college interviews, requests from college coaches etc.

 Contact Mrs. Hemschoot, the Guidance Office Registrar, with any questions regarding transcripts. 

Red Bank Catholic High School
112 Broad Street, Red Bank, NJ 07701
(732) 747-1774
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