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Information for Grads

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Official High School Transcript

The transcript is the official record of your high school marks which all post-secondary applications require.

To request a transcript:

  • Current Students
    • See Meredith in the office, you must provide at least 2 days notice

  • Former Students
    • Phone or email Meredith the following information
      • Name (First, middle, and last)
      • The last year you attended HERH and if you graduated
    • Meredith can be reached at 902-758-4622, or via email at HarrisonM@ccrsb.ca
    • A minimum of 2 days is required to process transcript requests.

One official copy of the final transcript is provided to Grade 12 students at the graduation ceremony in their diploma envelopes (see Meredith in advance to request additional copies). Students are expected to forward this document to the post-secondary school/program they plan to attend for the next academic year.


Reference Letters

I f you require a reference from a counsellor, teacher, etc., please include a resume to assist with your reference letter. Please provide at least two weeks notice.


The following presentation can also help answer questions you may have about Post Seconday Processes: Post Seconday Information Presentation.


Post-Secondary Applications

Applications for most post-secondary institutions can be downloaded and completed online. Some will have hard copies available in Student Services. In addition to completing and forwarding an application, a non-refundable application fee is requires.

Ontario applications go to the central application site at www.ouac.on.ca. Watch deadlines. They vary from institution to institution.

Nova Scotia Community College accepts applications year round. Many programs fill up early, so if you are thinking of applying, do so now! You can start applying in your Grade 11 year. NSCC operates on a first apply and first qualified bases. Check their website for program updates at www.nscc.ca.

Student Loans

Information on Student Loans is available online at www.studentloans.ednet.ns.ca.