Transcript Requests

The process for obtaining school transcripts for current students or graduates.

Transcript and Records Request Procedures (TJHSST)

Per FCPS policy and the Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act (FERPA) student records are only available to those who have authorization from the student or parent, guardian or responsible person if the student is under 18 years of age. If the student is 18 years of age or older, school records will not be released to a parent, guardian, or responsible person without the student’s written consent.

Current Students

Transcript Request Forms for College Applications for the current senior class can be found in the materials folder in the “Homeroom Grade 12” course in Schoology.  Please follow the college application process and transcript deadlines presented to you at the beginning of the school year by your counselor.  

Current students needing an official transcript for a scholarship or other programs can find information and forms on Schoology. The Requesting Official Transcripts document can be found in the materials folder in all grade level Homeroom courses and the Student Services Course. Please request your official transcript at least 10 school days before the scholarship or program due date. 

Current students can now access and print an unofficial transcript within the Course History tab in StudentVUE or ParentVUE.

Former Students Who Graduated Within the Last Five Years

We maintain student records at TJHSST for 5 years after a student's date of graduation.

Here is a link to a new google form. It is now the same form for current students (found in Schoology courses) and former students.

Questions? Contact the Transcript Office at @email.

Former Students Who Graduated More Than Five Years Ago

If you graduated from Thomas Jefferson High School for Science and Technology more than than five years ago, your transcript is held at the FCPS Records Center. Please call 703-329-7741 or email Records Center at @email.

Graduated More Than Five Years Ago?