Request a Transcript/School Records:
Okinawa Christian School International has partnered with Parchment to order and send your transcript and other credentials securely. This is for all OCSI transcript requests. (Please note, only official transcripts will be processed through Parchment.) This link will open a new browser.
Transcript Request: >>Order Credentials from Parchment (トランスクリプトリクエスト）
School Records and other Documents Request: >>PDF Request Form (スクールレコード リクエスト）
Teacher Recommendation Request:
Juniors can begin requesting college recommendation letters from OCSI teachers beginning April of their junior year. Students should select two teachers to write recommendations on their behalf. The student should ask the teacher in person if they would be willing to write a letter for them. If the teacher confirms that they are able to write a recommendation for the student, the student should then request through Email with their resume.
The Common Application:
Create your free Common App account at www.commonapp.org.
Search for colleges that use the Common App here.
See a list of known software problems and their solutions with this year’s Common App here.
Help with completing the Common Apps
College Planning/College Search:
- College Planning Guide: document is provided as a guide to assist you with grade by grade planning for college. In addition to the above guide.
- College Application Checklist: This document is a guide to assist you with organizing your to do list when it is time to apply to colleges.
- College Search Resource: This document contains a list of websites that will assist you with your college search.
- College Terms – This document contains a list of the most popular college terms that you need to be familiar with during the college application process.
Information for Student Athletes:
- College Planning Guide for Student Athletes: Are you thinking about playing sports in college? Make sure you are academically ready. Start planning your 9th grade year. (See also the NCAA links at the bottom of this page.)
- National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA): Incoming student-athletes in Divisions I and II are subject to academic initial-eligibility standards, which take into account standardized test scores, number of core courses taken in high school and the grades earned in those core courses. In addition to NCAA requirements, they also must also meet the unique acceptance requirements of the university they plan to attend (those requirements may exceed NCAA standards).