• Transcripts are your academic record of classes taken and grades and credits earned. They are the primary record considered for college and graduate school admissions, as well as a record of what you accomplished academically in high school. Transcript requests fall into two categories:  Transcripts for Current Students and Transcripts for Graduates. Streamwood High School will also typically include a copy of our current School Profile with all transcripts.

    Current Students:

    To send or receive an official transcript from Streamwood High School, stop by the Guidance Office and fill out a current student transcript release form. Return this to your counselor with any information that should be included when we send the transcript. Turn around time for transcripts is 36 hours. Fill out this form completely.  The transcript request form must be signed.

    NOTE TO SENIORS: You MUST submit an official transcript with your college application. Also, after graduation, you MUST submit a final transcript to the college that you will attend. Both transcripts are your responsibility!


    Graduates and DACA Students

    Streamwood High School Transcripts can be provided through Streamwood High School for students that have graduated in the past two years ONLY. Any prior graduates must request transcripts from U-46 District Records at 355 E. Chicago St. Elgin, IL 60120.

    To send or receive an official transcript from Streamwood High School, fill out a Graduate / DACA transcript release form.

    Send form to:
    Streamwood High School
    Office of the Registrar
    701 West Schaumburg Rd.
    Streamwood, IL 60107.

    Also include a cover letter with the following information:


    1. Your current name (and what it was while a student, if different).
    2. Your signature
    3. Year you graduated (or year you would have graduated)
    4. Address where you would like the transcript to be sent.
    5. Your social security number
    6. Your birth date
    7. Cash or money order for $3.00 per transcript (NO credit cards)
    8. A daytime phone number where you can be reached


    Note: The Registrar cannot accept requests that are e-mailed or sent by fax.