Student Parking

Student parking passes are available in the main office for Grade 11 and 12 students at a cost of $10.00.

The student parking lot is accessed at the southeast corner of the school, located directly behind the main gymnasium. All other parking lots are reserved for staff. 

Students’ cars parked in staff spots or fire lanes will be ticketed and towed away without warning. This has been communicated to both students and their parents or guardians through a contract signed by all parties at the beginning of the school year when students received their parking passes. 

Students who drive in a reckless manner will have their parking privileges revoked. Students are requested not to congregate in vehicles or in the parking lot during class times.

Ensure Parking Tags are Visible at All Times

Students must ensure that their current year parking tags are visible at all times when using the student parking lot to prevent towing. If they forget their parking tag, students will not be permitted to park in the lot and the main office will not issue a day pass or note. 

Lost Tag

If a student loses their parking tag they will be charged a $20 administrative fee for a new one.

First Come First Served

Please be aware that a student parking tag does not guarantee a parking spot. Student parking spots are on a first come first served basis.

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