Mail your official high school or college transcript that includes fall 2017 grades. Transcripts must be postmarked by Wednesday, March 7, 2018. Make sure you request a transcript at least a couple of weeks in advance so that it can be postmarked by the deadline. Please note that unofficial transcripts, transcripts without fall 2017 grades or transcripts that are not postmarked by Wednesday, March 7, 2018 will not be considered.

Enrolled in high school (not participating in Running Start) – If you have not yet graduated from high school you must submit an official high school transcript showing all of your classes through fall term 2017, and it must include your cumulative GPA.

Enrolled in high school (participating in Running Start) – If you are a Running Start student, you will need to submit an official transcript from your high school (not college) showing all your classes through fall term 2017, and it must include your cumulative GPA. You do not need to submit the transcript from the college through which you earn your Running Start credits. Check with your high school to ensure that your Running Start credits for fall term are included on your transcript.

Currently enrolled in college or university – You must submit an official transcript from the college or university where you are currently enrolled showing all of your classes through fall term 2017. It must include your cumulative GPA. If you have attended more than one college or university since graduating from high school you will need to submit an official transcript from each college or university you have attended.

Graduated from high school, but not enrolled in college – You must submit an official high school transcript. It must include your cumulative GPA. If you participated in Running Start while in high school, you do not need to submit the transcript from the college through which you earned your Running Start credits. Check with your high school to ensure that your Running Start credits are included on your transcript.

Already earned high school credential and attended some college, but not enrolled during fall term 2017 – You must submit an official transcript from each college you have attended since graduating from high school. Please include a note indicating that you were not enrolled fall term 2017.

Received or will receive your GED but have yet enrolled in college – You must submit a copy of your official GED score.

Have or will graduate as a home school student- You must submit your official home school transcript showing all your classes through fall term 2017, and it must include your cumulative GPA. You must also submit your intent to home school filing valid through fall 2017.

Transcripts should be mailed to:
Washington State Opportunity Scholarship
Attn: WSOS Application
1414 31st Ave S., Ste. 302
Seattle, WA 98144-1605