High School and Post-Secondary Transcripts
If you are applying to a SIAST program, you must arrange for your final and official transcripts to be sent to SIAST Registration Services by mail directly from the institution or organization maintaining official records, before August 1.
If you are seeking a SIAST transcript, use the SIAST Document Request form (pdf).
The following information will assist you with obtaining your transcripts from your high school or another post-secondary institution.
Preliminary Statement of Grades
If you are still attending high school, a Preliminary Statement of High School Standing should be completed by your Principal or Guidance Counselor. This form is available at most Saskatchewan high schools, from any SIAST Registration Services office, or from the SIAST website. A conditional admission can be granted based on confirmation from your school that you are expected to meet program admission requirements. A final official transcript must be sent directly to Registration Services upon completion of requirements (see below).
Post-secondary level transcripts must be sent by mail directly from the institution to SIAST Registration Services. You should contact the Records Office or Registrar's Office of the institution for details. High School Transcripts Saskatchewan Official Grade 10, 11, and/or 12 high school records and Grade 12 BE records must be sent electronically by the Ministry of Education. Download a transcript request form from Ministry of Education website.
Official Grade 10 and 11 Basic Education (ABE) and General Education Development (GED) transcripts must be sent by mail directly from the Ministry of Advanced Education, Employment and Immigration (AEEI). Download the Transcript Request for ABE or the Transcript Request GED form you require from the AEEI website.
Official Grade 10, 11, and/or 12 high school records must be sent by mail directly from Alberta Learning. Review the transcript request process on the Alberta government website.
Alberta Learning does not issue transcripts for academic upgrading. Such transcripts are accepted directly from Alberta institutions; however, transfer equivalency will be verified through the Alberta Council on Admissions and Transfer.
In British Columbia, schools are the official holders of the student record. A school issued transcript is acceptable. It must be sent by mail directly from the school and will be issued on Ministry of Education approved paper and will contain the school seal and the principal's signature. The Ministry also provides a transcript service; official Grade 11 and 12 high school records can be mailed directly from the British Columbia Ministry of Education. You can request a transcript online from the British Columbia Ministry of Education.
The Ministry will not have your record if:
- You completed Grade 12 between 1974 and 1985 inclusive;
- You did not attend Grade 12; or
- You attended Grade 12 prior to 1974 and were registered in a program other than the University or Academic-Technical Program (such as Trades or General)
- You completed secondary school outside of British Columbia or Yukon.
Official Grade 10, 11, and/or 12 high school records must be mailed directly from Manitoba Education. The Department of Education, Citizenship and Youth does not maintain records for private secondary schools in the province of Manitoba. Download a request for a Manitoba statement of marks from the Manitoba Education website.
Newfoundland and Labrador
Official Grade 10, 11, and/or 12 high school records must be sent by mail directly from the Department of Education. Get details on the process from the Newfoundland Labrador Department of Education.
Official Grade 10, 11, and/or 12 high school records must be sent by mail directly from NWT Education, Culture and Employment. Visit the NWT website and click on Request a Transcript.
New Brunswick, Nova Scotia, Ontario, Prince Edward Island
Official secondary school records are maintained by the high school. Please contact your high school and arrange to have an official transcript forwarded by mail directly to SIAST Registration Services.
Official secondary school records must be sent directly by the Department of Education. Fax this Request for an Official Student Transcript to the Nunavut Department of Education.
Official secondary school records must be sent by mail directly from the Ministry of Education, Recreation and Sports. Submit your transcript request on the provincial website.
Official Grade 10, 11, and/or 12 high school records must be sent by mail directly from the Yukon Department of Education. Submit your request for a student transcript on the Yukon Department of Education website.