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    HOW TO REQUEST A TRANSCRIPT 

    For Current Students:  All transcripts need to be ordered through Naviance.  Students can get log-on information and assistance from the Career Center or Guidance secretary.  Counselors will also be available during office hours to assist with Naviance.

    1. Log onto Naviance
    2. Click on the “Colleges tab”
    3. On the left hand side under resources click on the “transcripts” link
    4. Click on “Request transcripts for my college applications” if you did not request transcripts while adding colleges earlier.
    5. Click on “View the status of all my transcript requests”
    6. Print the “transcript status” page.
    7. Purchase transcripts through the ASB webstore or take the “transcript status” page to the ASB office and pay in person.

    For Alumni:  All transcripts must be ordered through the Claremont Unified School District.  Please contact Student Services at (909) 398-0606.

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    About Us

    Claremont High School (CHS) is located in Southern California about thirty miles east of Los Angeles. Nestled in the San Gabriel Valley and the City of Claremont, Claremont High School is within walking distance of the consortium of seven Claremont Colleges.

    Claremont High School serves 2,400 students. The school is proud of its rich diversity, which is noted in over twenty different languages spoken. The student community is 45% White, 29% Hispanic, 13% Asian and Pacific Islander, and 8% African-American. Over 96% are fluent English speakers. Claremont High serves approximately thirty-five orthopedically handicapped students from the Claremont Unified School District and surrounding districts.

    Staff and students work hard to build a culture of respect and pride. There is a school culture of strong achievement by all students and an expectation of respect for each other.

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