A message from Skyline High School
Issaquah School District partners with Parchment for all transcript services. Parchment is a secure service that allows you to place and track orders online, accessible 24/7.
Transcripts will be sent directly to the admissions office or location of your choice. Costs vary based on the method of delivery and destination (ex: overnight express/overseas mailing). Transcripts must be paid by credit card when you order, and you will be able to see the exact costs for each order prior to entering your credit card information. Parchment.com accepts Visa, MasterCard, Discover & American Express. Please allow 2 business days for processing of all transcripts, whether they are to be sent electronically or via mail. Please keep this in mind when considering college deadlines, and prior to school holidays.
You are eligible to receive (5) Official Transcripts at no charge. Charges apply for each additional transcript depending on order details.
Students who graduated in or after 2002 will order their transcripts online.
Important Note about the 2020 COVID Closure and Grading:
During the closure of public schools mandated by our Governor in March of 2020 and given the grading parameters set forth at that time by the Superintendent of Public Instruction, Chris Reykdal, the Issaquah School District made the decision to offer students letter grades—A, B, C, and D—or an incomplete. (OSPI did not allow Fs or NC grades.) All students enrolled in high school level courses in the ISD at that time received the letter grade they earned at the time of the closure or higher based on their continued participation in their courses or they earned an incomplete and were given the opportunity to replace that incomplete with a letter grade. The opportunities included retaking the class, summer school, credit recovery courses, and more. Class of 2020 students on track to graduate at the time of the closure may have been eligible to have a core graduation requirement waived with a V code and the ISD followed the State Board of Education’s rules when applying those V codes to eligible seniors’ transcripts. A V grade on the transcript indicates that the graduation requirement was waived in accordance with the State Board of Education emergency rules which expired on July 31, 2020.