CCA RegistrarTop of Page

The Registrar's Office is in the Student Services building. Contact the Registrar at (858) 350-0253 ext. 4006 or email Nancy.Benbow@sduhsd.net. Fax: (858) 350-0281. Registrar Office Hours: 7:30 a.m.-3:15 p.m. during regular school days. Summer Hours: 8-11:45 a.m. Monday-Thursday, closed Fridays.
 
Unofficial transcripts can be obtained from the Aeries portal or Parchment online transcript service.

Official transcripts:
Current CCA students have several options to request official transcripts
  1. Order in person during the Registrar's hours using a transcript request form. Official transcripts are usually completed within 24-48 hours.
  2. Use Parchment online transcript service during registrar's hours. This service does require a fee.
  3. SENIORS requiring official transcripts for college applications
  • Common Application For colleges using the Online Common Application, follow the process to request transcripts from your counselor along with the required School Report and counselor letter of recommendation.
  • Non-Common App applications, which require a paper form to accompany official transcripts, can be ordered in person from the Registrar. Please provide the required college forms with an addressed, stamped envelope with no return address.  The transcript request form must also be signed by a parent, unless the Student is 18 years of age. transcript request form
  • For all other transcripts, students can opt to order online via Parchment. Please note: AP exam and college entrance exam scores are not posted on the SDUHSD transcript and must be ordered directly from College Board or ACT.  We do not keep copies of these Exams.
If you are not currently a CCA student, please use the Parchment online transcript service.

Records Requests
Please fax or email Requests for Records to
(858)350-0281 or nancy.benbow@sduhsd.net
 
Verification of Graduation: If you are a company requesting verification of graduation for a former student, please fax a release of information to (858) 350-0281. Include the student's name at graduation, date of birth, year of graduation and an authorized signature from the applicant.

NCAA/NAIA: To request a transcript be sent to the NCAA/NAIA Eligibility Center, students can use Parchment online transcript service or in person from Registrar's Office. The NCAA requires that you send separate transcripts for coursework taken at another school or for any course that you took off campus. If you attended another school within SDUHSD, you do NOT need to send a separate transcript.

Important Info for 12th Grade Students and ParentsTop of Page

During Raven Readiness days you were asked to complete the following forms

  1. Cal Grant GPA Verification. If you did not complete and turn in these forms, CCA will not be able to report your GPA to the State of California for grant purposes. If you are not sure you correctly completed the form, you can stop by the Registrar's office and check the Cal Grant Book. This information is provided electronically to the State and cannot be released without the form.
  2. Legal Name for Diploma. Not sure you turned it in? Stop by the Registrar's office and check the Diploma book.

Interested in attending CCA? Please use the links below for more information.

Off Campus CoursesTop of Page

If a student wants a course taken off campus posted on the CCA transcript, an Off Campus Course Permission form must be completed and approved before the student enrolls in the course. Specific procedures and forms are available on the Off Campus Course page. Off campus courses will not be posted on the CCA transcript unless SDUHSD procedures are followed.

All off campus courses must be completed and official transcripts provided to the registrar by May to be posted on the CCA transcript by the end of the school year. All transcripts received after May will be posted to student transcripts the following school year.

Continuing CCA StudentsTop of Page

Continuing CCA students in grades 9, 10 and 11 are not required to complete the online high school selection process during the filing period. Current and continuing students are not subject to the lottery.