Report Cards, Grading & Transcript Requests

GPA Conversion Chart:



                                            Progress Reports            Report Cards 
                                             (Mailed the Week           (Mailed Home)


1st Marking Period         October 9th                      November 13th

2nd Marking Period        December 18th                 January 29th 

3rd Marking Period         March 5th                           April 16th

4th Marking Period          May 21st                            June 30th

   Report cards are now mailed home to parents.  Progress Reports are mailed every five weeks.  
   Do not forget to try the SchoolTool Parent Portal for tracking student progress throughout each marking period.  This is accessed via your e-mail and a password.  E-mail to receive a password. There is also SchoolTool app for your smartphone.




 Former D.C.S. students/graduates can request an official transcript by calling the Guidance Office (607-243-5534  Ext. 7504) or e-mail Steve Taylor, Guidance Counselor ( No fee.  Please include your full name (maiden name?) while attending Dundee Central School, year of graduation and the address in which to send the transcript.



Students must contact F.L.C.C. (WebAdvisor) directly through their web accounts or in writing to request transcripts.   These do not come from DCS.  It is recommended  that recent graduates do this after the 4th of July, after they receive final grades from D.C.S.!

* Click on web links below for information/forms to request transcripts from Finger Lakes Community College (Gemini courses).

For Finger Lakes Community College (Gemini courses):

Finger Lakes Community College Transcript Request (Gemini Courses)


  • More information can be found on the college's websites

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