Transcript Requests

The Ontario Student Transcript (OST) is the official record of a student’s academic achievement at the secondary school level in the province of Ontario. Transcripts are required for post-secondary institutions and may be required for many other reasons. If the last high school you attended resided within the Halton District School Board and you require your Ontario Student Transcript, please refer to the applicable process listed below to request your transcript.

Transcript Requests

How to enroll

It is easy to get more information and get started in a program which interests you. Check out the Guide to Secondary Schools. Call the Gary Allan campus in your community for more information and to set up an appontment to see us.

Our Self-Reliant Learning courses enroll continuously so start whenever you wish.

What will I need to Bring to the Appointment?

Please bring the following supporting documentation with you in order to register:

  • Proof of age & citizenship – birth certificate or passport
  • Immigration Documentation (for landed immigrants or refugees)
  • Photo ID
  • Proof of Ontario residency
  • If available, a copy of the student’s School Transcript or Credit Counselling Summary (contact your former school if you don’t have it)
  • Students currently enrolled at another High School must have student services complete and sign the required form.
  • Students must pay a $90.00 refundable book deposit (we take cash or cheque). The deposit is refunded upon return of book.
  • Print off and complete the Student Registration Form or wait until the appointment.

Personal Electronic Devices

In our effort to maintain constructive and focused learning environments for students, appropriate use of electronic devices is important.

Electronic devices including all smart phones, ipods, ipads should be used to support learning in the classroom as directed by the teacher only.

Electronic devices are to be turned off and put away during tests and exams unless otherwise directed by the teacher.

All personally-owned technology such as laptops, ipads, smart phones, etc. are the personal responsibility of the student.

Technology Resources

Gary Allan campuses have pcs and laptops available for student use. Wifi connections may be available at your campus.

Software for Students

Premier
Premier Assistive Technology is a suite of assistive technologies which includes a scan-and-read program, a talking word processor, a universal reader (which allows websites to be read); an e-text reader, a talking calculator, and a host of other applications. These may be downloaded at home, at no cost to the user, by any Halton staff or student. Vist the Premier home page. We cannot publish the product key on this site, but we will gladly provide it. Please see your teacher.

 

Open Office
Open Office is a high quality office suite which is free to download. This product works much like Microsoft Office and can be found on all board pcs. Open Office files can be saved in Word, Powerpoint or Excel format.

HDSB Student Resources

myHDSB for Students

myHDSB for Students was developed to provide resources and services to students using their own technology from home or at school.

These services and resources include access to:

  • userdata or the G: drive;
  • printing at the school (access limited to printers authorized by the school, additional printers may be requested by the school);
  • School website, library website and library catalogue and
  • educational websites and resources.

Details and support materials may be found at accessing myHDSB using my Personally owned Device.

To access:

  1. Click myHDSB for Students
  2. URL student.myhdsb.ca
  3. through the Elementary or Secondary Student Internet Tools page

Access at School

When accessing myHDSB for Students at school, you should use the MYHDSB wireless network. The HDSB.CA wireless network will not provide access to userdata (G: Drive) or to printing.

Problems?
Contact your teacher, I.T. contact, access the myHDSB for personally owned devices or email the CHATT conference with your question.