Student Parking

For those students who will be seniors for the 2024-2025 school year, parking on campus will be available for $60.00 for the year.  Before completing the application form, students and parents should review the following information.  

Eligible students wishing to purchase a parking sticker FOR AN ASSIGNED SPOT may fill out the application form linked below.  The application form is used to collect student, vehicle, and insurance information as part of the parking pass application process. In addition to completing this online form, be sure to print, complete, and sign the emailed verification and bring it with you when selecting your assigned parking spot.

Members of the Class of 2025 can begin to select their parking spot on Wednesday, June 5, 2024, at 2:00 pm at the Security desk outside the Main Office. 

Spot assignments will be issued on a first-come, first-served basis and only after all steps are properly followed (see below). 

Parking decals will be distributed starting the first day of school, Tuesday, August 27, 2024.

Student Parking Rules and Regulations

A non-refundable fee of $60 is required before a pass will be issued as well as any outstanding obligations.  For any financial concerns, please see Mr. Salutari.

Driving to school and parking on school property are privileges extended only to seniors in good standing on a first-come first-served basis.  Designated parking locations ARE NUMBERED AND ASSIGNED. Students must only park in their numbers space.  Parking on school property without the appropriate permit or in a reserved space, handicapped space, or other designated “no parking” area, or while expelled or serving out-of-school suspension is prohibited.  Seniors must comply with all regulations outlined in the parking permit forms (see also Code of Conduct). Driving privileges may be lost without benefit of refund for parking.  All student drivers may have to wait for the buses to depart after school and should plan accordingly. 

Please note that students are not allowed to park at Polson Middle School, Jeffrey Elementary School, or Bauer Park. 

IV.E. Parking Violations

Board of Education Policy Reference: #5090.1.4 Student Misconduct in Schools

1st Offense:

  • $10.00 fine

2nd Offense:

  • $10.00 fine
  • After school detention

3rd and Subsequent Offenses:

  • $10.00 fine
  • up to 4-hour Saturday detention
  • loss of future parking privileges


Class of 2025 Parking Application

Student Parking Application

Note:  This form is only available to students using their school's Google Account. 

Approved Parking Area  

Available student spaces, painted white, will be assigned upon complete registration.  Students must park in their assigned location. Spaces whose lines are painted yellow (partial or fully) are for faculty and staff only.  Any student who parks in an unauthorized area will be subject to the consequences outlined in the Student Code of Conduct:

Parking passes may be revoked for the following reasons:

  • Excessive unexcused tardiness.
  • Unauthorized sharing of parking passes.
  • Leaving school grounds during school hours without permission.
  • Administrative discretion.

Drivers will be subject to a fine for the following offenses:

  • Not displaying a valid parking permit
  • Not parking in student designated area
  • Unsafe operation of vehicle
  • Any other behavior judged as being unsafe or inappropriate 


Parking Application Steps

  • 1. Submit the Application Form
  • 2. The student and a parent/guardian must sign the emailed verification of the completed  Application Form
  • 3. Bring the following to the Security Desk by the Main Office beginning on Wednesday, June 5, 2024, at 2:00 pm 
        a. Signed Application Form
        b. Valid Driver's License (learner's permits are not accepted)
        c. Payment receipt (printed from Infinite Campus)