Parking Permits - Students

2017-18 Application Process
Permits will be offered for seniors only during the week of June 19th–June 23rd and Junior applications will be accepted beginning Monday June 26th to Monday, July 3rd. From July 4th to August 1st, parking will remain open for seniors and juniors on a first come first served basis. After August 1st, parking will be open to all eligible students to including sophomores on a first-come first-served basis with a valid driver's license.   

Applications and payments of the $70 fee can be accessed on the website

To be eligible for a parking permit all students must have a current and valid driver’s license and have their ICT portfolio completed. Parking Permits will be assigned during the summer and students will be able to pick up a Parking Permit Tag in the Main Office beginning on Monday August 21st between 9:00am and 2:30pm. Students will be required to show a valid driver’s license in order to receive the parking tag. 

A permit is required to park in ALL student lots, including the lower ball field. All cars parked after September 5, 2017 must display a parking permit.  

Frequently Asked Questions

What is the cost of the student parking permit?
$70 per year. 

What happens if my parking permit is lost?
A lost parking permit will cost $5 to replace. 

Can I use the permit that I purchased last year?
No. All students must purchase new parking permits each school year.   

Where do I obtain a parking permit application?
Applications must be submitted through

What happens if I fail to obtain a permit?
Cars that park without a permit may be subject to towing.

Can sophomore students park a vehicle on school property?
Permits are issued to seniors first, followed by juniors and sophomores.

What happens if I get a different car because my car breaks down or is sold?
Your permit may be transferred from car to car. Students who change cars must register their new car with Mrs. Bumpus in the Main Office.

Will my GPA or discipline record affect my ability to receive a parking permit?
School discipline infractions, particularly those related to the parking lot or motor vehicles, could result in the suspension of parking privileges. A student’s grades or GPA will not affect parking privileges at this time.