High School Transcripts

OSPI does not maintain official transcripts, diplomas, or the complete educational history file of students. To obtain these records, contact the school or district of last attendance. Contact information is available in the Education Directory.

OSPI, the Washington Student Achievement Council, the State Board for Community and Technical Colleges, and the Workforce Training and Education Coordinating Board are authorized by WAC 392-415 to:

  • Establish standardized criteria for high school transcripts issued by all common school districts; and
  • Establish definitions for credits, hours, and marking system so that common school district high school transcripts are standardized.

2022-23 School Year

2021-22 School Year

2020-21 Special Edition

2019-20 Special Version Covid-19

2019-20 School Year

2017-18 School Year

2015-2016 School Year

A new transcript format, including new elements and values, is required for all high school student transcripts starting in the 2015-16 school year. School district staff are encouraged to work with their student information system vendors to incorporate the new changes as quickly as possible, but no later than December 31, 2015.

  • High School Transcript Developer/User Guide - Updated August 2017
    This PDF guide provides the specifications for the Washington State Standardized High School Transcript. This guide is only intended for public schools that fall under the supervision of the Office of Superintendent of Public Instruction. Home schools and private schools are not required to follow the same transcript regulations.
  • High School Transcript FAQs-2016 - Updated December 2016
    This PDF document contains some of the most frequently asked questions regarding the Washington State Standardized High School Transcript. The answers and relevant legislation are listed below each question.