Student records include information about the schools a student has attended, as well as their attendance history and marks. You may need your child’s school records, a letter confirming enrolment, or progress reports for:
If your child is currently enrolled at Edmonton Public Schools, contact their school for:
Letters for Canada Revenue Agency need information from previous years that school staff may not be able to access. Complete the online form to request a letter for Canada Revenue Agency.
If your child is no longer enrolled at Edmonton Public Schools, complete the online form to request letters, student records or Grade 9 transcripts.
Complete the online form to request Grade 9 transcripts.
Students who are 18 years or older must request their own letter or records. You may only request them on behalf of someone over the age of 18 if:
Complete the online form to request letters, student records or Grade 9 transcripts on a student's behalf.
Most requests are processed within one week of Central Records receiving confirmation of the requester's identity.
Letters or records are sent to either:
Copies of letters or records will only be sent through the mail if requested and at an additional cost.
A high school transcript is a record of a student’s courses, marks and credits. For a fee, students can request transcripts to be sent from Alberta Education to themselves, an employer or a post-secondary institution. If you are 18 years or older, you must request your own records. Learn about requesting high school transcripts from Alberta Education.