The Post Grad Center maintains a variety of informational resources and reference books that will assist and guide students and parents through the college/career selection process. We encourage students to come to the Post Grad Center, use the resources available, and meet with the college representatives who visit us, primarily in the fall.
Transcript Request for College Applications:
When applying to college, students’ official documents must be sent directly from Smoky Hill to students’ selected colleges.
Official documents required by colleges can include transcripts, letters of recommendation, counselor documents, etc. (When required, students are responsible for sending SAT and/or ACT scores to colleges from the SAT College Board / ACT websites)
- Are all your required letters of recommendation uploaded and confirmed by Post Grad?
- Are your counselor documents uploaded and confirmed by Post Grad?
- Have you submitted your applications to your colleges?
- Are you submitting this form with at least 5 business days prior to the college deadlines?
The fee to send documents to colleges is $5 per college. (Students who are eligible for free / reduced lunches may receive fee waivers for the first five SHHS transcripts sent)
*Inquiries to confirm that all required documents are complete, email: email@example.com
*Inquiries about transcripts other than for college applications, email: firstname.lastname@example.org
*Completed Transcript Request Forms are submitted via email to: email@example.com
*Transcript Request Forms submitted with inaccurate information or incomplete documentation will result in documents not being sent to colleges, and fees will not be refunded. Upon receipt of your transcript request form, Post Grad will reply with a link for you to make payment.
SHHS Transcript Request Form (must open in Adobe) : SHH Official Transcript Request
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Requesting Letters of Recommendation:
Advice for Putting Together Your College Application
The College Opportunity Fund (COF)
The College Opportunity Fund (COF), created by the Colorado Legislature, provides a stipend to eligible undergraduate students. Eligible undergraduate students must apply, be admitted and enroll at a participating Colorado institution. Both new and continuing students are eligible for the stipend. Students who do not apply will be responsible for the full amount of in-state tuition (student share plus the state's share).