Report Cards and Transcripts

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Ensuring that academic documents — like report cards, progress reports, and transcripts — appear properly is key. Learn about this here.


The Academic Documents Homepage
Here is the new version of this article in the Veracross Community. Overview The Academic Documents homepage. The Academic Documents homepage is where you can manage and publish academic documents (e.g., report card and progress repor...
Academic Document Publishing: Quickstart Guide
A quickstart guide for the new academic documents publishing process.
Adding Transcript Courses and Items
The videos below illustrate the processes of creating a new transcript course and manually adding transcript items. Both of these workflows can be used together for a variety of reasons, including setting up a system for categorizing and applying transfer credits to transcripts.
Browsing Academic Documents
Schedules, Report Cards, Transcripts, and other school-specific documents can be browsed and printed individually and in batch.
Historic Report Card Links Document
Schools have the option to present Parents with a document that links to past Report Cards and Progress reports.
Posting/Locking Report Card Grades
Grades must be posted and locked in order to be considered “finalized” in Veracross. This article covers the specifics of how to perform these actions.
Report Card Form Display and Template Configurations
The Grades & Comments tab in the Teacher Portal allows teachers to manage all aspects of their students’ grades on a class-by-class basis.
Importing Historic Non-Transfer Transcript Grades
Here is the new version of this article in the Veracross Community. Overview Occasionally Veracross clients may have a reason to import historic & transcript grades data. This is most commonly done once at initial implementation.  Whe...