Transcript Policy & Request
- A transcript is a listing of all high school credit courses a student has completed. It includes the grade for the course completed and the amount of credit awarded for the course.
- An official transcript has been embossed and placed in a sealed envelope with an “Official Transcript” seal on the back of the envelope. Please note that copies of official transcripts picked up by a student may not be accepted as official copies by all institutions.
- An unofficial transcript is a print out of the transcript with no embossing that has been given to the student.
- A report card reflects the grades earned during a grading period.
- Transcript requests are made to the campus the student was last enrolled in.
- Each current/active student is allowed up to five free official transcripts per school year (August 1-July 31).
- Transcript fees are $3 per official transcript requested for previously enrolled students or after the five free official transcripts for current/active students.
- Transcript fees can be paid by cash with exact change only or money order made out to campus.
- Transcript fees must be paid before the transcript can be picked up or sent.
- A photo ID is required at the time a transcript is picked up.
- Manor ISD has up to five business days to complete a transcript request.
- Incomplete transcript request forms will not be processed until all information is received.
- The Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act (FERPA) is a federal law that gives parents the right to have access to their children’s education records, the right to seek to have the records amended, and the right to have some control over the disclosure of personally identifiable information from the education records. When the student turns 18 years old, or enters a postsecondary institution at any age, the rights under FERPA transfer from the parents to the student. An exception permits a school to disclose personally identifiable information from education records without consent of the student when the disclosure is to the parents of a "dependent student" as that term is defined in Section 152 of the Internal Revenue Code. Generally, if either parent has claimed the student as a dependent on the parent's most recent year's income tax statement, the school may non-consensually disclose the eligible student's education records to both parents under this exception. For more information, please visit the Family Policy Compliance Office webpage or FERPA General Guidance for Student webpage.