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    FAFSA Guidelines

    FAFSA application for 2021-2022 school year is now open!

    Click here to go to the FAFSA website.

    The 2021-2022 FAFSA form is here! Some states and schools have limited funds, so submit your application today.

    Transcript Request

    What is the difference between an official transcript and an unofficial transcript?

    Official transcript:

    An official transcript is a legal document that bears the date and authorizing signature along with the official embossed or raised school seal. It must be received by the recipient in a sealed envelope. All CCS fines/fees must be paid to obtain an official transcript.

    Unofficial transcript:

    An unofficial transcript, while unable to be used as proof, is great for providing information about a student’s grades. If a CCS fine/fee is still owed, only an unofficial transcript will be mailed directly to the university requested by the student.

    How do I request a transcript?

    You may request a transcript by emailing our registrarAll requests need to allow for a 72-hour (3-day) process time. The CCS Registrar office is closed the month of July.

    Your request must include the following information:

    • Student’s full name
    • Student’s date of birth
    • Graduation year if CCS alumni
    • Indication as to whether request is for official or unofficial transcript (see descriptions above)
    • Delivery method: include the full name of the university and the mailing address (or if unofficial transcript, email address is acceptable*)

    *Due to email security, we will not email official transcripts.

    NOTE: SAT, ACT, and AP test scores may be included on transcripts. There is no requirement that CCS maintain these scores; they are provided as a convenience to the students.


    Scholarship Spotlight

    2021 Smart Choices Scholarship Program

    In conjunction with the WIAA, the Dairy Farmers of Washington and Gesa Credit Union proudly announce the 2020-2021 Smart Choices College Scholarship Program, which will award two $5,000 scholarships and eight $1,000 scholarships to graduating seniors from WIAA member high schools for excellence in athletics/activities, academics, leadership, and community service throughout their high school careers.

    Applicants are required to fill out an online application that includes an essay question. Judging is based on the following criteria:

    • Athletic/Activity Excellence (30%)
    • Academic Achievement (30%)
    • Leadership (20%)
    • Citizenship/Community Service (10%)
    • Originality/Creativity of the Essay (5%)
    • Financial Need (5%)

    Learn More and Apply

    For more resources, information, or answers to any questions, please contact Kristi Byrd, School Counselor.