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Highline Public Schools
15675 Ambaum Blvd. SW Burien,WA 98166

Office Hours:

Monday-Friday: 7:30 a.m. - 4:30 p.m.

Transcripts

The information you need to request your transcript:

  • Your name when you attended school
  • Your date of birth
  • The name of the last high school you attended
  • The year you graduated or last attended
  • Your picture ID (your ID must include a picture, date of birth, and a signature) you can bring in your ID, or send in a copy of your ID via email. 
  • Mailing information if you request your transcript mailed to you or a 3rd party

Please note diplomas are given out at graduation. We do not have duplicate copies of diplomas. 

If you need your transcript of grades from a Highline Public Schools high school, please contact your alma mater:

Academy of Citizenship and Empowerment (ACE)
Emily Gronvold, registrar
206-631-6437

Arts & Academics Academy (AAA)
Sally Peterson, Registrar
206-631-6156

Big Picture High School
Denie Hoy, office manager
206-631-7700

Evergreen High School 
Sally Peterson, Registrar
206-631-6156

Global Connections High School
Emily Gronvold, registrar
206-631-6437

Health Sciences & Human Services High School (HS3)
Sally Peterson, Registrar
206-631-6156

Highline High School and Glacier High School
Ronae Ruffer, registrar
206-631-6717

Learning Center
Sharon Cawsey, registrar
206-631-7774

Mount Rainier High School
Tina Bernstein, counseling secretary
206-631-7027 
Rachael Sita, registrar
206-631-7009

New Start High School
Sharon Cawsey, registrar
206-631-7774

Odyssey High School  (2006-2014)
Micaela White, student placement office
206-631-3065

Raisbeck Aviation High School
Debi Tranholt, registrar
206-631-7211

Satellite and Maywood
Schynequa Mathis
206-631-3167

Technology, Engineering & Communications High School (TEC)
Sally Peterson, Registrar
206-631-6156

Tyee High School prior to 2006
Justin Kesterson
206-631-6434
FAX 206-631-6527

Tyee High School, 2006 - present
Emily Gronvold, registrar
206-631-6437

In July 2017, Governor Jay Inslee signed ESHB 2224, also known as the assessment bill. The new legislation will allow some students who were unable to graduate after not passing a state assessment to appeal and possibly receive their diploma. This applies to students in the classes of 2014-18. We are currently waiting for the Office of Superintendent of Public Instruction (OSPI) to provide an appeal process before we can move forward. We will update our website when we have additional information. You may also fill out our online form and we will contact you when we know more.