Student Parking Application

Parking Permits

Rules Governing Vehicle Use and the Global HS Parking Lot

Vehicles parked on school property are under the jurisdiction of the school. The school reserves the right to search any vehicle if reasonable cause exists with or without the presence of the student. Students maintain full responsibility for the security of their vehicles and contents. Students will make certain vehicles are locked and the keys are not given to others. Students are responsible for any prohibited objects or substances, such as alcohol, drugs, and weapons that are found in the cars and will be subject to disciplinary action. The Student Parking Lot is not for dropping off or picking up students.
  1. All students with cars must obtain a parking permit. Permits are valid for the current school year. There is no cost for the permit.
  2. Sale or transfer of permits between students or to any other car is prohibited.
  3. Permit tags must be hung from the rearview mirror or Permit decals must be visibly displayed on the windshield.
  4. Parking in Fire Lanes, Handicap spaces (without a permit). Loading Zones, traffic lanes, or driveways is STRICTLY PROHIBITED.
  5. Cars must be parked within the designated spaces. Do not back into spaces. Students should not park in such a manner as to block or damage another student’s car.
  6. Students are not allowed on any Global HS parking lot other than the student lot or designated overflow areas. When arriving on campus, park your car, unload occupants and proceed immediately inside the building. Loitering is not allowed.
  7. Loud radios, mufflers, or other noises (including unwarranted horn blowing) are not permitted.
  8. Smoking, tobacco, or alcohol use is not allowed on campus. This includes parking lots.
  9. Littering is not allowed. All trash will be put into the litter barrels. Violators will be subject to disciplinary action, including loss of parking privileges.
  10. Students leaving campus without the school’s written permission will be subject to loss of parking privileges; and/or disciplinary measures as deemed appropriate by the principal.
  11. School authorities have the right to revoke parking permits and suspend parking privileges from students for repeated violations. See Handbook.
What to do if you are involved in an accident in the parking lot.
If you are involved in an accident on school property you must tell a Security Officer or a Principal immediately. Do not drive away or you could be charged with a Hit and Run violation.