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Transcripts/Student Records

The Central Transcript Office is closed effective March 16 till further notice. Due to the closure of the schools/administration offices, we have altered our service to fulfil requests for student information working remotely.


Transcripts/Student Records

All students studying in Toronto have an Ontario Student Transcript (OST). Transcripts are records of student achievement and are required for post-secondary institutions, employers and for a number of other purposes. All school boards in Ontario are mandated to maintain the Ontario Student Record (OSR) folder including a copy of the Official Student Transcript (OST) for 55 years after the student is demitted. Transcripts are available to all former and current students on request and for a fee.

If you are no longer enrolled in secondary school, please complete a Request for Transcript Form and return to the Central Transcript Office by email or fax along with a VISA or MasterCard number and a copy of your government issued signed photo ID.

TDSB Central Transcript Office 
140 Borough Drive, Level 3 
Scarborough ON M1P 4N6 

Phone: 416-396-4783
Fax: 416-396-6713

Fee Information (as of September 1, 2015)

The fee for a copy of your transcript is $24.00 and $5.00 for each additional copy (Canadian funds only). Accepted payment options include a VISA or MasterCard ONLY.

US residents may also pay by VISA or MasterCard.

Payment is due prior to receipt of transcript and the fee for the search of student information is non-refundable.

If applying to an Ontario college through, please request high school transcripts online as part of the application process.

Frequently Asked Questions

Can transcript requests be made through the mail?
No. Complete a Request for Transcript Form, email to or fax including a copy of your government issued signed photo ID, with VISA or MASTERCARD as the acceptable method of payment.

What is required when ordering a transcript and picking-up a transcript?
With the closure of the schools/administration offices, you cannot pick-up a transcript.

What is required for third party requests i.e. employment agencies and legal firms?
For former students, send requests to ensure you include the documentation you need completed, the payment, and authorization to release personal information signed by your client. For current student you must send the request directly to your client’s last day school.

WHow long does a transcript request take to process?
Transcript requests normally take approximately two (2) weeks to process, due to COVID-19 you may experience a delay. The transcript office does not provide same-day service.

What are the office hours for the Central Transcript Office and where is it located?
Office hours are Monday to Friday from 8:30 a.m. to 4 p.m. (excluding statutory holidays, March Break, the second Thursday in July and Winter Break). The administration building is closed so we are not open to public access.

TDSB Central Transcript Office
140 Borough Drive, Level 3
Scarborough ON M1P 4N6

Further Resources:
Ontario Student Record (OSR) Guideline, 2000 Ministry of Education - Ministry of Training Colleges and Universities
The Ontario Student Transcript Manual, 1999 Ministry of Education - Ministry of Training Colleges and Universities


Transcript Office Map

Accessible Parking

During the construction period at the front of 140 Borough Drive, Accessible parking is available at 150 Borough Drive (City) - see the shaded yellow area on the image below.

map of accessible parking