Parking FAQ

  • Parking Permits are available for LHS Junior & Senior students only.

  • Students cannot have any fines or fees, including the current school year, to pick up their permit.

  • Payment plans (if needed) may be arranged for fines/fees through LHS finance - Lori Skoglund.

  • When can I register for my student permit? 
    Only after your student has received their drivers license.  Once your student has received their Drivers License you may complete registration.  Do NOT apply for a permit until you have a valid driver's license.

  • Where do I go to sign up for my parking permit?

  • When will registration open? 
    Registration for parking permits will open July 17th at 9:00am to SENIORS only.  Registration will open July 24th at 9:00am for JUNIORS and Seniors.   Permits are given on a first come first serve basis to Juniors and Seniors who have a valid driver's license in hand. 

  • Can my Sophomore get a parking permit? 
    No.  Due to capacity restrictions, we will only offer parking permits to Juniors and Seniors for the 2023-24 school year.  No Exceptions.

  • After I register for a permit, when/where can my student pick up the permit? 
    Permits will be distributed on July 31st, 2023 during student check-in at the security station. Students will have until August 11th to pick their permits up from security or they will be forfeited and fees refunded.

  • What do I need to bring with me to get my permit? 
    Please bring a copy of your Driver's License,  Proof of Insurance, and Payment Receipt.  No copies will be made at school.

  • I drive by and see open parking spots, but you say you are at full capacity. 
    Many of our students have off-periods throughout the day.  It may appear that we have open spots, but be assured that administration keeps a close eye on the number of permits issued.  

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