Procedure For Obtaining a Transcript
- Fill out a “Request for Transcript” card from the registrar, located in the Counseling Center.
- If the college/university requests the school to mail it directly-bring the request for transcript card and your college application (if you want the registrar to mail it with the transcript).
- If you choose to mail the transcript for a scholarship or college/university applications yourself, please allow 3 days processing time.
- NO FEE will be charged for the first two transcripts. Each additional transcript will cost a $1.00 each.
Final transcripts are available at the Lincoln East Registrar’s office for students who have graduated within one year. Stop by and visit with Ms. Hare, our registrar in the Counseling Center office or download the “Request for Final Transcript” form and return the completed form to her by mail.
Lincoln East High School
Attn: Registrar’s Office
1000 South 70th Street
Lincoln, NE 68510
Or if you prefer, you may also email the completed form to her at email@example.com.
Important Reminder: ACT and SAT scores are no longer printed on student transcripts from LPS (this is a district decision and affects all high schools). Official score reports are required for virtually all college admissions applications and for some scholarships. In order to be an official report it must be sent directly to the college or scholarship committee from the testing agency (either ACT or the College Board for SAT scores). Score reports are automatically sent to the colleges a students has listed on the test registration form.
If additional reports are needed, students may visit the web sites to request additional score reports at http://www.actstudent.org/scores/send/ or http://www.collegeboard.com/student/testing/sat/scores/sending.html. There is an additional fee for reports that are sent to organizations that were not listed on the student’s test registration form.
Some scholarship applications do not require an official score report of ACT or SAT results. For those applications students may photocopy the report they received of their test results and enclose that sheet with the scholarship application.
Graduates of more than one year need to request their transcripts from the LPSDO Student Services Office.
LPSDO Student Services
5901 O Street
Lincoln, NE 68510