Graduates need to request their transcripts and records through the Park City School District Office. Contact Theresa Eason at 2700 Kearns Blvd or call 435-645-5600 or email email@example.com. There is a processing fee for each transcript.
The Registrar’s office is closed for the summer. Graduates may request an official transcript be sent to a college or university by entering a transcript request in their Naviance account. HOWEVER, if the college or recipient does NOT accept electronic transcripts via Naviance (indicated by a “stamp” icon), a paper copy must be mailed. Scholarships and athletic programs do NOT accept electronic transcripts via Naviance.
For an official mailed paper transcript, or to make sure your transcript is sent by a deadline, contact the District Office via phone at 435-645-5600 or in person at 2700 Kearns Blvd.
Park City High School uses the Naviance program to request and track official transcripts. Seniors and Juniors have the ability to request official transcripts be sent to colleges and scholarship programs through Naviance. Sophomores will need to contact the Registrar directly. Unofficial copies of transcripts can be obtained directly from the Registrar (contact info below).
Official transcript requests typically take 1-3 days to process. Naviance doesn’t send your transcript automatically. A person sends your transcript after receiving your request, so requests made after school hours, on weekends, or during holiday breaks won’t be processed until at least the next school day. Make sure you’re requesting your transcript well in advance of any deadlines! Deadlines can’t be extended!
NOTE: Some colleges and scholarship programs ask for self-reported grades and do NOT require an official transcript be sent during the application process. Make sure you are following each college’s or program’s requirements.
Adding to your “Colleges I’m Applying To” list and Requesting Transcripts:
NOTE: Never add colleges more than once to the Colleges I’m Applying To list!
If the college is already in your “Colleges I’m Applying To” list:
NOTE: If the college’s submission type has a “stamp” icon, they do not accept electronic documents. Please provide a BLANK stamped envelope for each non-electronic transcript requested. Do NOT put a mailing address or return address on the envelope. Bring the envelope(s) to the Registrar in the Counseling Office. You still need to request the transcript in Naviance, so you can track the status of your request.
Most of these transcripts cannot be sent electronically. Please provide a BLANK stamped envelope for each transcript requested. Do NOT put a mailing address or return address on the envelope. Bring the envelope(s) to the Registrar in the Counseling Office. You still need to request the transcript in Naviance, so you can track the status of your request.
DO NOT use this option to request copies of transcripts for yourself. You can request personal copies from the Registrar, either by email (from your school email account) or in person in the counseling office.
NCAA: If you plan on playing Division I or II athletics, be sure to register with the NCAA. Doing this will automatically create a transcript request for you. Transcripts will be processed and sent electronically through the NCAA Eligibility Center. No need to put a request in Naviance.
Scholarship and Other Transcript Requests:
Click the Colleges tab, then the Transcripts link on the left, then click “View the Status of All My Transcript Requests.”
If you haven’t seen any movement on your request, don’t put in a another request–contact your Counselor or the Registrar directly to find out why. If you are applying to colleges via Common App, your counselor needs to provide additional information before the transcript can be sent, which takes more time.
It can take up to 10 days for colleges and scholarship programs to process transcripts and update their systems. If the college or program says they haven’t received your transcript, but Naviance says it was mailed, contact the college or program directly and ask them to double check. If they haven’t received it, contact the Registrar directly to have another one sent.
Most colleges require official ACT, SAT, and AP test scores be sent directly from the testing agency. Remember to request test scores well in advance of the college deadline. There are fees for sending official scores to colleges.
PCHS has unofficial test scores and some colleges will accept them if attached to your transcript. Check with the college via their admissions website or call them to find out before requesting a transcript in Naviance. If the college will accept unofficial scores, you need to contact the Registrar directly and request that your test scores be sent with your transcript (do this before or immediately after you put your transcript request in Naviance).
Some colleges are now allowing students to self-report their test scores and won’t require official scores until the student is accepted and chooses to enroll. Make sure you research each college’s policy for submitting test scores.
Official ACT Scores: You’ll need to create an account on the ACT website. Go to the ACT Scores page and scroll down to the “Sending” section. Your ACT ID number can be found on the score report you received after taking the test, or see the counseling secretary, registrar, or your counselor.
Official SAT Scores: You’ll need to create an account on the College Board website. Go to the SAT Sending Scores page for information.
Official AP Scores: You’ll need to create an account on the College Board website. Go to the AP Score Reporting Services page and scroll down to “Ordering Score Reports Online”.
Park City High School
1750 Kearns Blvd.
Park City, UT 84060
435-645-5657 ext. 2067
The Registrar’s office is located in the PCHS Counseling Center. Office hours are 7:00am to 3:30pm on school days.