Steps to Request Transcripts and School Records

  • Madera Unified has recently adopted an e-scripts transcript service, called Parchment, which allows us to quickly and securely send transcripts electronically to colleges and universities.

    There is no cost to current students or alumni for electronic transcript copies. Copies can be printed and mailed for a small fee.

    Please note that at this time only transcripts can be requested through this e-script service. If you need copies of other records, alumni should contact the district office at 559-416-5862 (additional information here) and current students should contact the school they are attending. For Special Education records, including IEP copies, please contact our Special Services department.

  • If you are a Madera High School graduate or current student, use this link:

Order Credentials from Parchment
  • If you are a Madera South High School graduate, use this link:

Order Credentials from Parchment
  • If you are a Mountain Vista High School graduate or student, use this link:

Order Credentials from Parchment
  • If you are Furman High School graduate or student, use this link:

Order Credentials from Parchment
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    If you attended Madera Adult School, please read the information below. Not all requests can be processed through Parchment at this time.

    For GED Test Records -  Years 1966 to 2001 only--Please contact the Madera Adult School directly. There is a $5.00  (Cash/Cashiers Check Only) if requested by the examinee. There is no fee if requested by an institution or agency. Please contact: Madera Adult School @  (559) 675-4425

    For all other GED requests, after 2001 please visit GED testing service website : (https://gedtestingservice.com)

    If you took the HISET exam, please contact the exam coordinator for instructions on how to request these records.

    If you graduated with a diploma from the Madera Adult School, you can request copies of your transcripts using the link below:

Order Credentials from Parchment
Last Modified on February 24, 2020