Alberta students wanting to learn what they need to take to graduate
may need to obtain a transcript or a statement of courses and marks.
Obtaining either a transcript or a statement of courses and marks is
easier when students know their Alberta Student Number (Alberta
Education ID number). Click on the Alberta Education
website and a new window will open. Then, follow the directions here.
In the middle, click on the words Enter Learner Registry. Once you are
in the Learner Registry, click on Lookup ASN (toward the middle of the
portion of the page that has text). Then, you need to give your name
and certify you are the person who is looking up the Alberta Student
Number or that you have been authorized to obtain that information.
Then, you will be taken to a page that asks for the student's name,
date of birth, and gender. When you provide that information, the
system will search for the Alberta Student Number. Should the system
find the Alberta Student Number, it will appear in the dark blue above
the box where the student's name was typed.
When students have their Alberta Student Numbers, they can go to the Request Documents
page of Alberta Education's website. The Request Documents page
outlines the cost of an official transcript and has order forms that
can be printed from the web site, completed, and faxed or mailed to the
Transcripts Unit of Alberta Education. A statement of courses and marks
can be requested, also. While a statement of courses and marks is not
an official transcript and is not acceptable to apply to colleges and
universities, the statement of courses and marks shows all the courses
and credits completed. The statement of courses and marks is free and
can be used to plan how to complete your High School Diploma. To print
a request form for a statement of courses and marks, click here.
Students transferring to the Alberta high school system from another province may need to have their transcripts of high school level work evaluated. We are able to evaluate official transcripts when they are forwarded to us with a signed letter requesting an evaluation and the required fees. The letter must contain the student's name, date of birth, address, and phone number.
Evaluations can be performed only on official transcripts. Faxed transcripts, photocopies of transcripts, and transcripts that have been altered or written on are not acceptable.
Students needing a transcript evaluated are encouraged to phone or
our high school counsellor. Our high school counsellor can be contacted
at 780-674-5333, or toll-free from inside Canada at 1-866-774-5333.