Registrar's Office

Registrar's Office


Julie Peterburs - Registrar - Julie.Peterburs@d303.org - 331-228-5688


To receive and/or send an official or unofficial copy of your transcript, do one of the following:

  1. If you are a current St. Charles East student and need a transcript to be sent to a college or university, you will need to log on to your Naviance account and request a transcript (after you have added your school to your account).  
  2. If you are a current student and need to pick up an unofficial or offical copy of your transcript, you can either download the current student transcript request form found on the right side of this page, or stop by the registrar's office to fill out this form and turn it in. 
  3. If you are a former student, you may either download the graduated student transcript request form found on the far right of this page, and either mail it in to the address below or drop it off at the high school.  This form is also available in the registrar's office at the high school.  If you wish to pick up an official or unofficial transcript, please allow 24 hours for processing.  Each request is five dollars.

St. Charles East High School
Attention: Registrar
1020 Dunham Rd.
St. Charles, IL 60174
 

Please note ACT/SAT scores are not available through the high school.  You must order these directly from ACT/SAT.
 

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 All “permanent” student records are retained for 60 years after the student has transferred, graduated, or withdrawn from the school.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” records for the current graduating class will be five (5) years from the date of graduation.  A legal notice will be put in the local newspaper in the spring of that year declaring the destruction date.  Please note that these records may only be requested by the former student.
 
Special education records are also considered temporary records. Special education records will also be destroyed five (5) years from the date of graduation. A separate legal notice will be published in the local newspapers for the destruction of these records. For questions regarding special education records, please contact their office at 331-228-6731.