We consolidate high school coursework into a sealed, official transcript for students enrolled in our High School Diploma Program. Aspiring Heights Academy transcripts clearly identify our school, the student, courses taken, and credits and grades earned. Official transcripts are signed, sealed, and sent directly from our school to another school, college or agency.
Please note that we do not calculate grades or assign credits. Except for grades and credits earned for extracurricular activities, students seeking a high school diploma must have all courses, credits, and grades documented on official school transcripts.
We accept transcripts from the following schools:
- Florida Virtual School (FLVS). FLVS documents courses, final grades, and credits earned on official and unofficial student transcripts.
- Community Colleges/Universities (Dual Enrollment). Community colleges and universities document dual enrollment courses, final grades, and credits earned on official and unofficial transcripts.
- Accredited Correspondence Schools (Distance Learning). Many schools offering distance learning services provide transcripts documenting courses, final grades and credits earned. Courses must meet Florida standards.
- Accredited Private Schools. Transcripts must document courses, final grades, and credits earned.
- Public Schools. Official records and transcripts are available from the records department. Records must document courses, final grades, and credits earned.
Our transcripts include the following:
- Personal information, including name, address, phone number, date of birth, and SSN or student number;
- Course information, such as course name, course number, year course was taken; grade and credits earned; and yearly and cumulative grade point averages; and
- Other academic information, such as a credit summary, test scores (e.g., SAT, ACT), graduation date, diploma earned, and a list of schools where high school credits were earned. We will also include community service hours and any notable activities or achievements at your request.
Many colleges and universities require applicants who completed a home school program or graduated from a non-accredited high school to submit portfolios and/or transcripts to be considered for admission. The acceptance of transcripts from private schools is subject to the requirements of the receiving educational institution or employer.