Manitoba High School Marks can be obtained from the Manitoba Student Records office in Russell, Manitoba. The marks statement does not confirm graduation. It is a document of your high school marks and credits received. The fee for this service is $12.00 and you will receive two official statement of marks.
Processing time is 5 to 10 business days after receipt of the fee and request.
The request can be made by completing the Request for a Manitoba High School Statement of Marks
The request cannot be made over the phone.
The completed and signed request form must be faxed or mailed. The request WILL NOT BE ACCEPTED BY EMAIL
The fee can be paid by cheque or money order payable to the Minister of Finance or by providing your VISA or MasterCard information on page 2 of the request form. If you send in your request by fax and prefer not to put your VISA or MasterCard information on the faxed form you can call in your VISA or MasterCard information to the Student Records Unit but you will still require to send the signed request form and the signed VISA or MasterCard form (VISA or MasterCard number information blank) to 1-204-773-2411.
NOTE: Current June High School Graduates - when requesting a Manitoba High School Marks Statement this summer please include a copy of your final marks from your graduating school. We do not receive the marks from the schools until the Fall.
NOTE: High School diplomas are not re-issued. The school you graduated from may be able to supply a letter confirming graduation.
NOTE: If you require your marks statement to be faxed or forwarded to anyone other than yourself, please indicate this in your request.
NOTE: Manitoba GED marks are not available at the Student Records Unit in Russell but can be obtained by calling
Read all the instructions in the Request for a Manitoba High School Statement of Marks ( 1.11 MB) form.
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