Families can now choose how their child learns, in person or online in Quarter 2. Read more about how to make your choice by the October 19 deadline.
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:
You can also print copies of progress reports in SchoolZone.
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.