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Is it in the Archives?

Did you attend high school in Wyoming and graduate or last attend OVER 10 years ago?

If so, your transcript may be in the Wyoming State Archives. 

Many high schools and school districts choose to transfer inactive records (over 10 years old) to the Wyoming State Archives (WSA) for storage. Please check first with your school or school district. They will direct you to the WSA if your records have been transferred.

If you graduated or last attended LESS than 10 years ago, your transcript is still maintained by the school or school district.

The WSA does NOT currently maintain records from private schools, homeschooled students, universities or colleges. Please contact the Wyoming Department of Education for assistance.

 

Requesting A Copy

High school transcripts are closed records, meaning they are only available to the student of record, school and school district of recordTo request a copy of your high school transcript as on file at the WSA, please use our High School Transcript Request Form

Cost: $4.00 per copy, payable by check, money order, Visa or MasterCard.

Don't Forget to Include: Your signature and a copy of your driver's license, military ID or state issued ID.

Send to: WSA by mail, email or fax. (see top of form or right column)

Processing Time: 1 business day after receiving form and fee. 

The WSA only provides copies of transcripts on file. Please contact the school or school district to make corrections or to provide interpretation.

 

Wyoming Boys' School/Coulter High School

When requesting a copy of a high school transcript from the Wyoming Boys' School/Coulter High School, please provide your WBS number on the request form. If you do not have your number, please call the Boys' School at 307-347-5366.

 

Immunization Records

In some cases, high schools have transferred immunization records, sometimes called shot records, along with inactive high school transcripts (over 10 years old). Like high school transcripts, immunization records are closed records, meaning they are only available to the student of  record, school and school district of record. To request a copy of your immunization record as on file at the Wyoming State Archives, use the Immunization Request Form

Cost: Free

Don't Forget to Include: Your signature and a copy of your driver's license, military ID or state issued ID.

Send to: WSA by mail, email or fax. (see top of form or right column)

Processing Time: 1 business day after receiving form and fee. 

Prior to the mid-1980s, most schools and school districts did not consider these to be permanent records, but the policies have since changed and by the mid-1990s, most schools in Wyoming kept copies of immunizations in the student files. 

Wyoming does not currently maintain a statewide registry of immunizations. In many cases, doctor's office records or high school immunization records are the only shot records available.

 

High School Diploma Copies

Copies of actual diplomas of graduation are not maintained as a part of your student file. Please contact your high school to arrange for a reprint of your certificate. 

If you are needing a copy of your diploma as a proof of graduation, ask your employer or school if a copy of your transcript would be allowed as it includes your date of graduation.

 

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Wyoming State Archives

2301 Central Ave
Cheyenne, WY 82009
 
Phone: 307-777-7826
Fax: 307-777-7044
Email: wyarchive@wyo.gov
 
         

 

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