905-687-7301 34 Catherine Street, St. Catharines, ON L2R 5E7
Transcripts and Official Letters
If you are a current student or a graduate of St. Catharines Collegiate within the past five years and require a copy of your Ontario Student Transcript (e.g., post-secondary application, scholarship application, transfer, etc.) or an official letter (e.g., proof of enrolment, etc.), please make your request through the Guidance Secretary in person or by phone at 905-687-7301, ext. 65714.
You will be asked to complete and submit a Guidance Document Request Form, found here. Please allow at least 24 hours for processing.

There is no charge for official letters. For transcripts, there is no charge for students currently registered at our school or for those who have not yet graduated. For all others, the fee is $10 for the first copy and $5 for each additional one ordered at the same time.

A special note for Ontario college applicants (OCAS) that you do not need to contact the Guidance Secretary to order your transcript. They may be ordered directly through the Ontario College Application Service when you complete your online application.

Students who graduated more than five years ago will need to contact the Transcript Department at the District School Board of Niagara at 905-641-2929, ext. 54157 to place their order.

Ordering Transcripts Over the Summer

Transcript requests can be made through the DSBN Education Centre at 905-641-2929 ext. 54157  Monday to Thursday, 8:30 a.m. to 4:00 p.m.  Please visit this link Transcript Requests

Ordering Transcripts Through OCAS

A new online High School Transcript request service has become available to former students of the District School Board of Niagara who are applying to an Ontario College through the OCAS website. 

To use this service, you must: 

  • Be a former student of the District School Board of Niagara and your last school attended was one of the following schools; A.N. Myer, Beamsville District, Centennial, Eastdatel, Eden, E.L. Crossley, Fort Erie, Governor Simcoe, Grismsby, Laura Secord, Lifetime Learning Centre, Port Colborne, Ridgeway-Crystal Beach, Sir Winston Churchill, South Lincoln, Stamford Collegiate, St. Catharines Collegiate, Thorold, and Westlane.
  • Apply to a minimum of one Ontario College;
  • Pay the College application and transcript fees.

Why use this online service? 

  • The College(s) to which you apply will receive your transcripts faster;
  • You will be able to track the status of your application and transcript request(s) online.

To order your transcript online go to OCAS

Grade 11 and 12 Transcripts
The Ontario government has introduced full disclosure on high school transcripts to secondary schools across Ontario. This provides students who are working hard the opportunity to show post-secondary institutions an accurate reflection of their work habits and scholastic achievements. Repeated attempts at senior level courses will be reflected on a student's transcript as well as the original mark.

A student has five school days after receiving his/her mid-term report to withdraw from a course without having the withdrawal noted on his/her transcript. Should a student choose to withdraw after the aforementioned five days, the mark earned will be on the official transcript. Extraordinary circumstance may force a student to withdraw after the aforementioned five days. In certain cases, supported by appropriate documentation given to the Guidance Department a "S" indicator will appear on the transcript to signify extenuating circumstances.

Different post-secondary institutions have varying approaches towards full disclosure which may affect your opportunity for admission.

Please see a Guidance Counsellor if you have additional questions or concerns.