Transcript Request Form
If you are a Washington Latin alumnus or student who transferred but did not graduate from Washington Latin and are applying for a scholarship or college or planning to transfer to another college or program, please take a moment to complete this form so that we can get your academic records where they need to go. PLEASE ALLOW ONE WEEK FOR REQUESTS TO BE RECEIVED AND PROCESSED and be mindful of breaks, holidays, and three-day weekends as you time your requests! (You can check the school calendar at
You will receive an email confirmation once your request has been filled.
IF YOU ARE A CURRENT LATIN SENIOR APPLYING TO COLLEGE, ALL TRANSCRIPT REQUESTS FOR COLLEGE APPLICATIONS MUST GO THROUGH MaiaLearning.
Email address you check most frequently
Graduation Year (from Latin)
For what purpose do you need this transcript?
I'm planning to transfer to another college.
I'm applying for a scholarship.
I'm applying for a summer program.
Official (signed, sealed in school envelope to be mailed directly to the college or program)
Unofficial (can be emailed to you)
What should the transcript include?
Test scores (SAT, ACT)
Most recent or final grades
For seniors and alumni, please list any recommendations (with teacher or counselor names) that you would like sent, if needed.
Alumni, if you are currently enrolled in college, what college is it? (Type "n/a" if this does not apply to you.)
Alumni, if you are requesting a transcript for a transfer application, please tell us why you are planning to transfer. (If this does not apply to you, type "n/a.")
Name AND address of college where documents are to be sent (or email address/link/fax number). If the mailing address is not provided, the requested documents WILL NOT be sent.
Name and address of scholarship or summer program where documents are to be sent (or email/link/fax number).
Is the deadline a postmark deadline (must be mailed by this date) or is it a "received by" deadline (must be mailed BEFORE the deadline so that it can be in their office by the deadline)?
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