Records & Transcripts
Graduated 1965 to 2001 click here to order transcripts
Graduated after 2001
Students Please Note:
Please be advised that the UC’s may request a 7th semester (midyear) transcript. Watch your emails, read all college correspondence and check MyUCApplication.com for updates. Do not send a transcript, unless they request it. The accepting UC will ask for an eighth semester (final) transcript.
Having problems ordering transcripts through Parchment?
- If you are requesting a Graduation Verification, please fax your request and the client's signed release form to (714) 665-8823.
- If you are a school requesting records, please fax or email a request to:
- Fax: (714) 665-8823
- Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Student withdrawals need to be processed by the parent or guardian who enrolled the student.
Please return all books, laptop, charger, and other borrowed equipment or supplies to Foothill High School before initiating a withdrawal.
Contact Mrs. Duran in the Counseling Office for a withdrawal appointment at (714) 730-7490 or email her at email@example.com
Please pick up your diploma in the Foothill HS Front Office.
Only students may pick up their diplomas. A picture ID is required.
Office hours are: 7:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.
If you need to replace your diploma, please complete the Diploma Replacement Order Form and mail it with your check to the address below. Please note: Orders may take 4 to 6 weeks to process.
Foothill High School - Records
I need an Apostille from a California state official to study or work abroad. Can the FHS help me with this?
An Apostille is an authentication of a notarized copy of a school record issued by the California Secretary of State. It verifies that a California Notary Public's signature is valid. When an American is seeking an educational opportunity or work abroad, the receiving school, college, or employer may request a verification of the student's educational record. This involves the American acquiring a notarized copy of his or her high school transcripts from the educational institution issuing the transcript. This notarized record then goes to the California Secretary of State, who issues an Apostille verifying that the signature of the California Notary Public is valid.