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  • Submitting High School Transcripts:

    Having your transcripts on file is one of the first steps you should take as you get ready to attend MT. SAC. High School transcripts can help counselors check prerequisites for certain classes, and provides them with information to best help you.

    Here is how you submit your transcripts:

    • Obtain a copy of your High School transcripts.
    • Submit your transcript in person. (Building 9B downstairs)

    OR

    Mail it to Admissions and Records at Mt. SAC:
    Admissions and Records
    Mt. San Antonio College
    1100 North Grand Avenue
    Walnut, CA 91789-1399

    How do I get my High School Transcripts?

    • Go directly to your high school to request your transcripts, or
    • Contact your high school and ask for the process to request a high school transcript and follow the steps.

    Some high schools charge a small processing fee. If this is the case, you will have to call the school and follow their guidelines for requesting transcripts.

    What is the difference between Official and Unofficial Transcripts?

    Official Transcripts - An official transcript is an official document that shows the educational work of a student in high school or college. To be considered “official” the transcript must be officially processed by your high school and sealed in an unopened envelope by the school registrar.

    Unofficial Transcripts - The following transcripts are considered “unofficial”: copies of transcripts, transcripts that are not signed by school officials, and official transcripts that have been opened, no longer have an official seal, and/or where the seal on the envelope has been broken.

    Counselors can help you using official or unofficial transcripts, but official transcripts are preferred.

  • Submitting AP and IB Scores:

    You can earn college credit in high school if they take an Advanced Placement (AP) Course and then pass the AP test with a score of 3, 4, or 5. You can also earn college credit in high school by taking an International Baccalaureate Class (IB) and then pass the IB test with a score of 5, 6, or 7.

    Mt. SAC can use these scores to grant credit toward Mt. SAC degrees and certificates, to clear prerequisites and as applicable use them towards GE certification for transfer.

    UC and CSU schools each have their own way of counting AP/IB scores please see a counselor for more info.

    Here is how you submit your AP/IB Scores:

    • Obtain a copy of your test scores.
    • Submit them in person. (Building 9B downstairs)

    OR

    Mail it to Admissions and Records at Mt. SAC:
    Admissions and Records
    Mt. San Antonio College
    1100 North Grand Avenue
    Walnut, CA 91789-1399

    Mt. SAC’s School Code is: 004494

    How do I get my Test Scores?

    • For AP scores request them through College Board:

    www.collegeboard.com

    • For IB scores request – Ask Jamaika

    To See a Chart of how the scores apply to General Education please click below:

    Link to AP: http://catalog.mtsac.edu/transferring-four-year-colleges-universities/advanced-placement-examinations-csu-uc-general-education-breadth-certification/

    Link to IB: http://catalog.mtsac.edu/academic-policies-requirements/credits-grades/#internationalbaccalaureatecreditstext