Transcripts and Certificates
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A transcript is an official listing of your secondary school (high school) marks and credits received specific to a B.C. Graduation Program.
Your transcript includes:
- A record of the courses you have taken in a BC Graduation Program
- Honours received
- Graduation status
The marks included in your transcript will depend on your Graduation Program.
- If you are on the current Graduation Program (named the 2004 Graduation Program) grades 10 through 12 will be reported.
- If you are on another Graduation Program (e.g. the Adult Graduation Program, or other programs prior to 2004) grades 11 and 12 will be reported.
A graduation certificate, sometimes referred to as a diploma or “Dogwood”, is your official graduation document.
Checking Your Marks
An unofficial transcript of grades shows you the same course, honours and graduation status information as your official transcript shows.
To log in or create an account, you will need your Personal Education Number (PEN).
You can find your nine-digit PEN by:
- Checking your student records
- Requesting it from the last school you attended
- Submitting a PEN request to the Ministry of Education
Forgot your password for the SSW?
- If it has been more than a year since you last logged onto the SSW you can create a new account
- If it has been less than a year since your last login, please follow the instructions on the SSW for a password reset
Getting Your Official Transcript and Graduation Certificate
Depending on your situation, there are a few different ways to get your official documents. If you are a: