Parking

Senior Parking Lottery:

As has been communicated earlier this school year, we will be losing 283 parking spaces in April due to the next phase of construction that will be occurring after spring break. This represents almost half of our current spaces. There will be 147 parking spaces available for students after spring break. All seniors who have purchased parking passes will be entered into a lottery to determine who is eligible to park on campus after spring break. Students whose names are drawn will have the opportunity to trade their partial-year parking pass for a year-long pass for an additional cost of $19 (tax included).

The lottery for year-long passes will occur before the end of January. If any students whose names are drawn decline to purchase the pass, seniors whose names were not drawn will be randomly chosen to take their place.

The reduction in parking provides an opportunity for students to reduce their carbon footprint by choosing different methods of transportation. Students are encouraged to carpool, take the school bus, ride their bikes, or walk to school.

Parking on Campus:

Due to the next phase of construction that will be occurring after spring break, we will be losing 283 parking spaces in April, which represents almost half of our spaces. Therefore, this year there will be two types of parking passes: year-long passes that will be good for the whole school year, and partial-year passes that will be sold at a reduced price but will only be good until spring break.

Starting during Junior and Senior Prep days, Junior & Senior students who purchase parking passes will initially buy partial-year passes at a price of $61 (tax included). After school has started, there will be a lottery for year-long passes. All seniors who have purchased parking passes at that point will be entered into the lottery. Students whose names are drawn will have the opportunity to trade their partial-year pass for a year-long pass for an additional cost of $19 (tax included). This means that year-long passes will end up costing $80 which is the same price as last year.

Seniors: There are a limited number of these year-long passes, but they are roughly equivalent to the same number of passes used by seniors last year. There are 147 year-long student parking spaces and last year 149 seniors had parking passes.

Juniors & Sophomores: Partial-year passes will cost $61. However, after spring break these partial-year passes will no longer allow parking on campus and students must find legal off-campus parking or other means of getting to school.

Alternatives: The reduction in parking provides an opportunity for students to reduce their carbon footprint by choosing different methods of transportation. Students are encouraged to carpool, take the school bus, ride their bikes, or walk to school.

To obtain a parking pass, you will need to bring in the paperwork below along with your current student ID card. You will not be issued a permit without them. You may bring them in during your assigned prep day or to the Main Office before or after school and/or during your lunch period.

Bring your current student ID

Copy of Student’s driver’s license

Copy of Insurance card

Copy of Vehicle registration

Original or copy of receipt from the Bookkeeper

JHS Parking Regulations

Senior parking application

Junior parking application

Sophomore parking application