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Registrar

The Rochambeau Registrar supports students and their families by preparing and sending out English transcripts of student records, as well as assisting students with the US high school diploma option.

She helps students with application-related tasks to other universities as needed, and is the lead planner of our graduation ceremony.

A student’s transcript file includes:

  • Basic student data recorded at admission 

  • Disciplinary reports + incident files

  • Attendance records

  • Academic report cards 

  • Proof of residence 

  • Court orders

Files are systematically reviewed when students change campus, when they leave Rochambeau or graduate.

 

The Registrar helps students particularly in the following areas:

  1. Providing Transcripts:
    English-language official Transcripts of student records. These transcripts are recognized by all countries outside of France,

  2. College Admission: 
    Manages the creation and submission of all student documents required during the college admission process,

  3. US High School Diploma:
    Gives students individual advice and assistance as well as determining their eligibility to take the US high school diploma.

To request a transcript
Each request has a $10 processing fee, payable online at the time of submission. Please allow a 20 day-processing period for your transcript to be submitted to the school of your choice.

TO request a university application
Each request has a $20 processing fee, payable online at the time of submission. Please allow a 20 day- processing period for your transcript to be submitted to the school of your choice.

French/U.S. comparative grades

Rochambeau uses the French grading scale, which ranges from 0 to 20. Report cards (bulletins) are issued in French at the end of each trimester (December, March, and June). For students applying to U.S. and U.K. colleges and universities, we create an “American style” transcript in which the French terms and grades are translated and converted to letter grades according to the following conversion values:

  French Grade Non-honors course French Grade Honors course French Grade Non-Honors course French Grade Honors course
US Grade Equivalent Grades 10, 11 & 12 Grades 10, 11 & 12 Grades 8 & 9 Grades 8 & 9
A+

15-20

14-20 16-20 15-20
A 14 13 15 14
A- 13 12 14 13
B+ 12 11 13 12
B 11 10 12 11
B- 10 9 11 10
C+ 9 8 10 9
C 8 7 9 8
C- 7 6 8 7
D+ 6 5 7 6
D 5 4 6 5
D- 4 3 5 4

 

* for students in class of 2020 terminales, honors courses include OIB classes as well as classes in the student’s track (S, ES, L)

* more to come for younger groups based on track changes

If you have a question or need a transcript, please contact:
Dalila Bessaha

Dalila Bessaha

Registrar