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Julie Peterburs - Registrar - Julie.Peterburs@d303.org - 331-228-5688
To receive an official or unofficial copy of your transcript, do one of the following:
- In person. If you are a current St. Charles East student, stop by the Registrar's office and fill out a transcript release form. Give the release to the registrar, along with the $1.00 processing fee. If you are picking up an unofficial copy, it will be ready for pickup within 24 hours.
- If you are a former St. Charles East or St. Charles High School student, you need to fill out a Graduate Transcript Release and enclose the $1.00 processing fee.
- Online. Click here for a transcript request form if you are a current student, or here if you are a STC(E) graduate. Please send the form, along with a $1.00 processing fee, to the following address:
St. Charles East High School
1020 Dunham Rd.
St. Charles, IL 60174
The registrar cannot accept requests by e-mail or fax. We need your signature to release the information.
Official transcripts cannot be picked up -- the must be stamped, signed, sealed, and mailed by the Registrar.
*Official ACT/SAT scores must be requested directly from ACT/SAT
Seniors, please remember that your MUST submit a transcript with your college application. After you graduate from high school, a final transcript must be submitted to the college you will attend. Both are your responsibility!
Regarding Student Records
Community Unit School District 303 maintains two types of school records for each student: a permanent record and a temporary record.
Permanent Records include: Basic identifying information; Academic transcripts; Attendance records; Accident and Health reports; Scores received on all state assessment test administered at the high school level.
Temporary Records include: Family background information; Intelligence and aptitude scores; Psychological reports; Participation in extracurricular activities; Elementary and secondary achievement level test results; Honors and awards; Disciplinary information; Special education files; Verified information relevant to the student’s education.
In accordance with the Illinois School Students Records Act and the federal Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act, this notice is to inform you of the policies and procedures in reference to destruction of school records. All “permanent” student records are retained for 60 years after the student has transferred, graduated, or withdrawn from the school. Student “temporary records” are retained for five (5) years after the student has transferred, graduated or withdrawn from school.
Scheduled destruction date of “temporary” and original “permanent records” for the class of 2009 is April 1st 2015. If you would like your student’s records not to be destroyed you must contact the registrar’s office the 2 weeks prior to Spring Break in the year 2015. A Legal Notice will be put in the local papers in March 2015 declaring the destruction date of records for the class of 2009. Please note that a student who is 18 years old has to request and sign for his/her own records.
Special education records are also considered temporary records. Special education records for graduating seniors would be expected to be destroyed in 2015 also. A separate public notice will be published regarding the destruction of these records. Anyone wishing copies of their special education records should contact the Department of Special Education, 331-228-6731.
If you have any questions, please feel free to call the registrar at 331-228-5688.