Unofficial transcripts are available to current students in Synergy. Here’s how to access:
Log into Synergy: https://www.hcpss.org/connect/
Select - More Options from the left panel
Select – Report Cards
Select – The Transcript you wish to access
Use the links below to request an official transcript for:
College Applications | (Class of 2024) Use the Request and Waiver Form for all added colleges in Naviance
Current Students | Use the https://forms.gle/vqG7eLGwdxUbDueZ8
Former Students (within the last 5 years) | Use the https://forms.gle/QFuprMt4AuVrSkEm6
Former Students | (WLHS Graduates 2018 and Prior) Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org
Have a question? Email WLHSRegistrars@hcpss.org for assistance.
New to Howard County Public Schools? If you've just moved into the Wilde Lake High School District, please begin the registration process online. Once you've completed this online form, our Registrar will be in touch to schedule an in-person registration appointment.
Have a question? Please contact email@example.com for assistance.
In order to withdraw your student from Wilde Lake and/or transfer your student to a new school, please complete a Withdrawal Request Form. Return the signed form and a copy of your Photo ID to WLHSRegistrars@hcpss.org.
Frequently Requested Resources
Recently moved? Please provide a signed change of address form, full lease/deed, and current utility bill to update the address on file.
HCPSS participates in the National School Lunch and Breakfast Programs which provide families with significant benefits to help save money. Qualification is based on family size and income, and enrollment is confidential. All children in households receiving benefits from the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP) can get free meals regardless of income, and students from households that meet federal income guidelines are eligible to receive free or reduced-price meals. Those eligible for reduced-price meals pay $0.30 for breakfast and $0.40 for lunch.
Learner’s Permit Applicants: Maryland State Law requires all applicants for a learner’s permit, under the age of 16, to demonstrate acceptable school attendance in the prior school semester. To verify school attendance, the legal parent/guardian must certify by signature on this form.