Course Procedures and Policies
An official, original Ontario Student Transcript is the official record of your secondary school academic achievement.
The transcript lists the courses you have successfully completed with ILC, the final marks you earned, and the credit value of each course.
You can forward an official, original Ontario Student Transcript to a university, college of applied arts and technology, or an employer.
Learn how to Request a Transcript.
Full Disclosure Policy on Transcripts for Grade 11, Grade 12, or OAC Courses
As of September 1999, if you enrol in a Grade 11, Grade 12, or OAC course and complete at least two units (if it's a full-credit course) or one unit (if it's a half-credit course), the average mark for the graded work must be reported on your official, original Ontario Student Transcript, along with the marks for courses you successfully complete or fail. If you withdraw from a course or leave it incomplete after your 10 month deadline has passed, and at least two units have been graded (if it's a full-credit course), or one unit has been graded (if it's a half-credit course), your average mark for the graded work will be shown.
In the above cases, a "W", indicating withdrawal, will appear in the credit column of the transcript. Your average mark for the graded work will appear in the mark column. If you withdrew from, left incomplete, or failed a course you were enrolled in before September 1, 1999, it will not appear on any transcript issued, because it does not fall under this full disclosure policy.
Note: The full disclosure policy does not apply to Grade 9 and 10 courses. If you retake a Grade 9 or 10 course, only the highest mark appears on your transcript. If you withdraw from, leave incomplete, or fail a Grade 9 or 10 course, it will not appear on your transcript.
Taking a Grade 11, Grade 12, or OAC Course a Second Time
If you get a higher mark the second time
If you enrolled both times on or after September 1, 1999, then both marks must appear. If you enrolled the first time before September 1, 1999, then we do not have to include the first mark on your transcript; and because it is lower, we will not include it.
If you get a lower mark the second time
If you enrolled both times on or after September 1, 1999, then both marks must appear. However, if the first enrolment was before September 1, 1999, and the second enrolment was on or after September 1, 1999, then only the second mark must appear on your transcript. However, because you did better the first time, ILC will also include the earlier mark.
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