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What is the Secondary School Report?

The Secondary School Report Form is designed for U.S. school systems but may be adapted for international school use. Many international schools do not calculate GPA, class rank, and other statistics, so your school counselor/principal may leave those spaces blank.

We request that you submit your high school transcript with three years of grades and the results of any external examinations, such as the International Baccalaureate, A Levels, French Baccalaureate, or CBSE, which are required for entrance to universities in your home country. We understand that many grades are not available until after decisions are made and ask that predicted grades be sent if available. Final grades are only required for admitted students.​

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