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CURRENT STUDENTS
 
Request your official high-school transcript from Mrs. Wood through Clark's Transcript Request Form.  Forms are also available outside Mrs. Wood's office.  Allow at least 5 business days for processing.
 
For college applications, you must send both your high-school and college transcripts.  Request Indian River State College transcripts online at www.irsc.edu, then login to your MyIRSC account and select Records from the blue task bar.  From the drop-down menu you will see the link to request transcripts.
 
 
STUDENTS WHO HAVE GRADUATED OR ARE NO LONGER ENROLLED AT CLARK
 

There are several ways to request official transcripts and/or school records from the MCSD. You can come into the student records department at the address listed to the right with your photo ID, OR you can e-mail or fax a written request. To e-mail or fax a request, the following information MUST be included: 

Your name (maiden name if you have married)
Date of birth
Last school attended in the Martin County School District
Graduation year or last year of attendance
A phone number you can be reached at
Type of records you are requesting (ie: official transcript, immunizations, etc)
Exact name and address where records will be mailed

 **TRANSCRIPTS CANNOT BE E-MAILED**

 ***IMPORTANT*** Please read the following:

If your transcript is going to a private address, a clear copy of your photo ID (drivers license preferred) must be included with your request.  There are no exceptions to this policy, if your license is not included in your request, this will result in a transcript processing delay until your ID is received. If your transcript is going directly to a college you do not need to include the photo ID.

Either fax your request to (772) 223-2592 OR e-mail it to:

risingc@martin.k12.fl.us

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This ten-minute video produced by the Florida Department of Education provides a mutual understanding of the Multi-Tiered Systems of Support (MTSS) and the need for partnerships between our school and parents in order to best help ALL students to be successful.