The easiest route is to contact the guidance department, registrar, or other administrative office of the school. When you call the main line of the high school, or, if that is not possible, the school district, the operator should be able to direct you to the correct department.
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If your son's school in located in the United States, you may be able to use SchoolFinder to get its contact information (if you don't already have it handy). The school or school district would be the best source for the transcript. I've included a link to SchoolFinder below.
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Good luck on the scholarship application, and in the next phase of his education as well.
Congratulations to your son on graduating,
The easiest method would be to contact your son's high school registrar and request a transcript. This should cost in the range of $20 or so and will require some paper work so make sure you set aside enough time before the scholarship app is due. Once again congrats.
The best way to get a transcript is to have your son contact the registrar or admissions office. He will have to place an order by signing his name and how many transcripts he needs. Usually the school also charges for transcripts. So he will have to bring a check, or money. Sometimes, the schools take a week or two to process the payment and re-print the official transcript so have your son order it earlier than the date needed.
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