They send the secondary school report and a school profile, which is a much shorter document than I would assume your curriculum handbook to be. A school profile is usually a single sheet of paper, which is to say, it's a two-page document.
Honestly, how could the admissions officers at the institutions you've named have time to pore over every applicant's curriculum handbook?
Colleges and universities have a lot of experience evaluating applicants on the basis of those documents (plus application essays, transcripts, standardized test scores and teacher recommendations, of course). And if they have questions, they can contact your guidance counselor.