Academic records for graduates are available from the registrar of the
graduating high school for two years following graduation. Records may
obtained from Student Records. Academic transcripts
are maintained and released in compliance with the Family Educational
Rights and Privacy Act (FERPA).
Business hours for Student Records are 8:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m., Monday
- Friday. The office is closed during the week of July 4 and the week
between Christmas and New Year's.
Transcripts may be requested online, in-person or by mail.
There is no charge for transcripts.
5530 E Northern Lights Blvd.
Anchorage, Alaska 99504
Online requests are available to all current and former Anchorage School District students.
In-person requests may be submitted to Student Records at the above address
during the hours listed. Forms are available at the Student Records counter.
Forms must be fully completed. A valid Photo ID is also required.
Third Party Requests
Third party requests for transcripts must be accompanied by a written
authorization from the owner of the record specifically identifying that person
as their agent. This includes parents of students 18 and older who are no
longer attending ASD schools. The third party must present a photo ID as well.
Employers or other agencies requesting graduation or enrollment
information for a former student may fax the
following information to
ASD Student Records at (907) 742-4644:
- Name, address and telephone number of company or agency.
of student while in attendance and student's
date of birth.
- Information to be verified.
- Signed and dated information
release form from student (original signature required).
Please include the following with your signed request: name(s) you used while attending ASD, your date of birth, the year of graduation,
the number of copies you are requesting, a daytime telephone number, and where you
would like the transcript sent.
PSAT, SAT and ACT test scores are available for some students,
but only if the student provided the school
with his/her correct social security number
and put the correct social security number
on the test at the time the test was taken.
Test scores are posted from a data file purchased
from the testing company, so there is no verification
all information is provided. There is no requirement
to maintain these scores. They are provided
as a convenience to the students.
When contacting a testing agency, knowing the high school testing code will help
in locating your test score:
Advanced Placement test scores are not included with the above tests
as these records usually do not arrive at
the school until sometime after the student has
graduated. Scores may be obtained from the
counseling department at the high school for
the year following graduation or from
the testing company.
The Anchorage School District does not have records of GED's. Students
who received their GED in Alaska may contact the GED Testing Program with the State of Alaska to request copies.