Students and parents can view unofficial transcripts and graduation status through the Parent Portal at any time.
All students need to have their FINAL TRANSCRIPT mailed to the school they will be attending next year. This includes 2 year community colleges as well as 4 year colleges and universities. You can order your transcript two ways:
1) by turning this form TPHS Transcript Request Form into the Registrar (a free service)
2) online at Parchment and your transcript will be sent electronically to your college. There is a fee
NCAA: In order to send a transcript to the NCAA Eligibility Center, requests can be make by using this form. Turn it into the Registrar’s Office. The NCAA requires that you send separate transcripts for course work 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.
All graduates of TPHS must request copies of their transcripts online at Parchment or to obtain a unofficial transcript (free) or an official transcript ($5 each) by coming to the Registrar's Office in person.
Transcripts for graduates prior to 1990 CANNOT be processed by the school site or online. Please contact Pupil Services of the San Dieguito Union High School District office by emailing Cathy Shroyer (email@example.com). Please include your name when graduating, the year of graduation, and the school graduated from. Most importantly, please include the addess you want the transcript sent to.
New Student Enrollment Information
For enrollment with Torrey Pines High School you must first complete the Online enrollment process at SDUHSD Enrollment
Once you’ve completed the online enrollment process, please email our registrar at firstname.lastname@example.org to schedule an enrollment verification meeting to turn in required documentation and information.
Students with an IEP or 504 plan:Please bring a copy of your most recent IEP or 504 plan.This is necessary even if the parent no longer wishes their student continue to participate in the specified program or plan.
Students requesting honors/AP placement should bring as much supporting documentation (academic records, standardized test results, etc.) to present to the counselor for consideration.Ninth grades students are not permitted to take AP courses.
Academic History (please provide the following):
Official Transcript, School Profile and Accreditation and most recent report card
Students transferring during the school year must bring a copy of their withdrawal form showing grades and date of leaving.
Required documents for students arriving with their families from a foreign country include immunization record, birth certificate or passport, and officially translated copies of their school transcript.
The district does not accept international exchange students and does not participate in the I-20 program.