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Network offices provide administrative support, strategic guidance, and leadership development to CPS schools, as well as driving vital services that help students learn more effectively. Professional development plans that promote teacher growth, data collection and analysis that aids in the development of programs for at-risk students, coordination with other networks on best practices, and increased community and parental engagement are just a few examples.
Please be informed that the Office of Former Student Records does not have copies of student diplomas on hand that can be copied and/or sent out. Diplomas are provided by the school from which the former student graduated.
Send a letter to the Office of Former Student Records for student transcripts or medical records. Student records can only be distributed by the United States Postal Service, and the Office of Former Student Records does not have walk-in service. Individuals above the age of 27 do not have access to medical records.
The Chicago Public Schools Talent Office website has information on employee verification. You can also reach us at 773-553-4748. (press 3 for employee solutions then press 2 for employee verification). Please call 773-553-4001 for information on former employees.
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By June 2021, we will have destroyed all 2015-2016 short-term retention documents from student records. Please inform the last school your student attended by March 15, 2021 if you would like a copy of their record. No later than June 15, 2021, students must pick up their records from the school.
Parents of students under the age of 18 (or qualifying students) may obtain copies of their child’s education and/or health records directly from their child’s current school. A small fee is charged to access student information. Current high school students can use the district’s online service with Parchment, an academic records firm, to access a copy of their high school transcript for college applications. Students can submit an electronic transcript via their Parchment.com account, which will be submitted to the participating institutions as a request. This request can take up to 14 days to process. Processing your transcript over the weekend or on a holiday can take longer.
the year 2016 Graduates: Whether you graduated or left the Chesapeake Public School system between 2015 and 2016, you must pay a fee to receive your transcript, SAT grades, or immunizations from the school where you last attended. Your transcript is not on Parchment.
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Please mail or drop off a completed Transcript Request form (see below for a copy of the form) to the Lincoln Park records clerk to receive a copy of your transcript. The cost of a transcript is $5 per copy. Lincoln Park High School accepts certified checks or money orders made payable to the school. At this time, no credit or debit cards are allowed.
Records for some Chicago Public Elementary and High Schools are held by the Office of Former Student Records. The department may provide a copy of a high school transcript, check a high school graduation date, and provide a copy of an elementary identification card or medical history with written permission.
A request for graduation verification from a third party must be written on company or administrative letterhead and include a signed consent form from the former student. Please fax to (773) 553-2341 if the request is for a graduation date in 1989 or later. Please fax graduation dates prior to 1989 to (773) 535-5894. At the very least, all requests must contain the following detail. Students’ names, school and year of graduation, date of birth, and a return fax number are all needed. All queries will be faxed back to you.
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Student records for the majority of Chicago Public Elementary and High Schools are maintained by the Office of Former Student Records. The department may provide a copy of a high school transcript, check a high school graduation date, and/or provide a copy of an elementary identification card or medical history with written permission. If you need medical records, you can only get them if you are 27 years old or younger when you fill out the application.
You have two choices for completing our process: online or by printing out the application, filling it out, and then faxing or mailing it to the address specified on the application. The first request is free, but each subsequent request costs $4.00 and must be made payable to Chicago Public Schools.
**Please note that we only submit transcripts via mail. We can send them directly to the address you specify. Remember to give extra time for your transcripts to arrive since they are sent by the US postal service.