Student Records RequestsEducation Records may contain information about a student, such as: a student’s name, address, and telephone number; a parent’s or guardian’s name and contact information; proof's of address submitted at the time of enrollment; grades and test scores; health and immunization records; discipline reports; documentation of attendance; schools attended; courses taken; awards conferred and degrees earned; and special education records including individualized education programs (IEPs).STUDENT / PARENT OR GUARDIAN Requesting a Record
Under 18 - A parent or guardian must request the record or transcript and present a valid copy of their photo ID.
18 or Older - The student must request the record or transcript and present a valid copy of their photo ID. If the individual is unable to pick-up the record or transcript, then the student must request the record or transcript, present a valid copy of their photo ID, and provide written and signed documentation, authorizing someone else to obtain a copy of their record(s) or transcript(s). In addition, the person authorized to request a copy of or pickup the record(s) or transcript(s) must also present a clear copy of their own photo ID as well.
Requesting a Student RecordSCHOOL Requesting RecordsSubmit your records request to firstname.lastname@example.orgPARENT / GUARDIAN Requesting RecordsUnder 18 - Email / In Person / MailSTUDENT Requesting Records18 or Older - Email / In Person / Mail
Submit requests and / or receive documents via mail.Requesting a Student Record:
1. Complete, Print, and Sign the Records Request Form .
2. Make a copy of your valid photo ID.
3. Mail both completed signed request form and photo ID to:
Collier County Public Schools
Attention: Records Department
5775 Osceola TrailNaples, FL 34109
IN PERSONRequest or pick-up a documents in person by visiting the Records Department.Requesting a Student Record:
1. Complete the Records Request Form onsite or bring a printed copy
2. A clear copy of your valid photo ID.
3. Present both request form and photo ID at the counter when you meet with a records representative.