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IMPORTANT INFORMATION REGARDING TRANSCRIPTS

  • You are required to complete a separate Transcript Release Form for each college, university or technical school you are applying to.

  • Allow (10) business days for your request to be completed. Once completed and uploaded to the college/university, please know that each university processes their received transcripts at their own pace. They may be in receipt of a transcript for over two weeks before it shows as “received” in their records.

  • SAT scores are not included on Transcripts. If required, please request your test scores directly from www.collegeboard.com. 

  • Our transcripts show a “weighted GPA".

  • Our transcripts do NOT included Class Rank.

During the current school closure and e-Learning, you may submit a request for your Official Transcript online by clicking here.

For questions or a hard copy form, please contact: Angela Gargiulo, Registrar, Grayslake Central High School, 400 N Lake St., Grayslake, IL 60030. Fax: 1-847-223-8690; Email: agargiulo@d127.org 

Please be aware that final, official transcripts will be withheld for any student who has outstanding school fees. Only unofficial transcripts will be sent when an outstanding balance remains. Fees must be paid in full before final transcripts can be released. Financial assistance may be available for qualified families. Please contact the Accounting Manager in the business office to learn more. The Accounting Manager can be reached at 847-986-3447 or larroyo@d127.org. You can also visit the business services page through the district webpage at https://www.d127.org/finance/index to learn more.

 

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Grayslake Central
400 North Lake Street
Grayslake, IL 60030

(847) 986-3300

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