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ky dept ed1 300HENDERSON, Ky. (11/20/13) - Henderson County High School is working in conjunction with the Kentucky Department of Education and Parchment Exchange Service, to allow high school students to electronically send their transcripts to participating postsecondary institutions.

The statewide adoption of electronic transcripts will allow free paperless delivery for materials necessary for college admissions. This solution will reduce costs, save time for all parties, and provide a simplified request and delivery mechanism available 24-7.
 
Henderson County High School students are highly encouraged to sign up for this program with the registration keys that were provided through the Guidance Department. Students can access the Parchment Exchange Service by visiting www.parchment.com.
 
For more information contact Amber Thomas, Guidance Counselor for Henderson County High School, at 270-831-8800.

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