• Parking permits will go on sale next Thursday, July 30. 

    Permits for all eligible Senior students will begin at 8:00 and finish up at 11:00. 

    Underclassmen permits will go on sale at 1:00 and finish up at 4:00


    Please adhere to the following instructions below upon your arrival on Thursday, July 30.  

    Every driver must wear a mask and adhere to social distancing while in the building. 

            All students must park in the student parking lot and enter through the front entrance. 

                 Students will stop at the registration table and have their temperature checked and paperwork verified. 

                        Students will then proceed to the Assistant Principal's office to select a parking spot and pay their fee. 

                             Students will then exit out of the 500hall and report to their vehicles. 

                                   Students are asked not to loiter in the parking lot and maintain social distancing while waiting their turn.


    In order to receive your Parking Permit, you MUST: 

    • have a parent signature on all three pages on the attached application.

    • Bring current copies of the following documents of the vehicle that will be driven by the student (expired documents will not be accepted):      
             -Vehicle Registration OR Temporary Tag Application if vehicle is new      
             - Current Printed Proof of Insurance Card

            - Valid Georgia Driver’s License 


    Please note that your application WILL NOT be accepted unless all three of these items are present

    • Only online payments will be accepted. 
    • Payments may be made on this link   


    • Proof of payment may be on device or a hard copy


    2020/2021 Parking Applications:Parking Permit Application


    Eligibility requirements are below:
    • Students must earn a final nine weeks grade of 70 or above in 5 of the 7 classes in which he/she was enrolled.

    • Students may not have less than six (6) unexcused school day absences in a 9 weeks grading period.  Students are considered present at school for a full day if they are present for 4 of 7 periods.

    • Students may not have more than four discipline referrals within the immediately preceding nine-weeks grading period.

    • Students’ disciplinary consequences may not have resulted in five or more days of ISS or OSS during the immediately preceding semester.

Last Modified on July 28, 2020