All transcript request from Rogers High School are done electronically, we have partnered with Parchment as a transcript service. Parchment is a self contained transcript service; it is secure and open 24/7. Transcripts will be sent directly to the admissions office or to the location of your choice.
You may track your request online, and you will also receive an email notification when we approve your transcript request, and again when your transcript is mailed (or delivered electronically, based on the delivery preference of the destination that you selected).
Current students will receive Official Transcripts at no charge, there will be a small fee for Alumni transcript requests. **Please note that a handling fee will be applied for US mail.
Transcript orders are processed daily during the school year and weekly during summer break. If you have any questions please contact the Counseling Office at 763-274-3140 ext. 1610
CLICK HERE FOR INSTRUCTIONS ON HOW TO REQUEST A TRANSCRIPT
How to order a college transcript from college courses taken at RHS
Students that have taken college level courses during their time at Rogers High School will need to order their transcript from Pine Technical College, St. Cloud State University and/or University of MN-Twin Cities. Click HERE for a full list of college in the school courses, college course number and credits.
Pine Technical College: http://www.pine.edu/current-students/requesting-an-official-transcript/
- College Algebra
- College Intermed Spanish I
- College Intermed Spanish II
- College Intro to Psychology
- College Physics I (AP/Physics)
- College Pre-Calculus
- College Prin of Macroecon
St. Cloud State University: http://www.stcloudstate.edu/srfs/transcripts/default.aspx
- Elem French II-S2S
- Int French I-S2S
- Elem German II-S2S
- Int German I-S2S
University of MN-Twin Cities: http://www.onestop.umn.edu/academics/transcripts
- Human Phys/Tech/Devices-CIS
*Please note that a student must have applied to one of these schools and registered for the course with that school in order to receive college credit for that course*