Class of 2006 Through 2014 Exit Exam Suspended
Students from the classes of 2006 through 2014 who completed all graduation requirements and coursework and attended school through the 12th grade but did not pass one or both sections of the California High School Exit Exam (CAHSEE) may be eligible for a high school diploma. A new State law– Senate
Bill 172 signed by Governor Brown on Oct. 7, 2015 – allows you to get your diploma if you passed all of the graduation requirements of your graduating class, but did not pass CAHSEE. Complete the short online application to request an evaluation of your records (click on CAHSEE SB172 button above) to see if you qualify. LAUSD cannot issue diplomas until the law goes into effect in January 2016.
Submit your online request by clicking the "Order Student Records" button above. Once your request is submitted, you will receive a confirmation notice by email indicating that your request was received. If you prefer, you can check to receive an additional notice via a text message.
Our automated student record / information request system allows you to track the status of your request online. We are processing your request and will update you, via email, as our progress proceeds. To view your progress, all you need is your order number, email address, and password to log-in to the order tracker.
ORDERING RECORDS FOR DEFERRED ACTION FOR CHILDHOOD ARRIVALS (DACA)