Student Parking Lot Information
The student parking lot is coordinated by Spring Lake Park High School. Permits will be available to all licensed drivers, as space allows.
There are two primary areas designated for student parking on Campus. The main student parking lot is located on the east side of the campus (Highway 65 and 79th Avenue). High School students may only park in this student-designated lot; but are not allowed to park in the Able Street staff lots or behind any of the buildings. Students who use the student parking lot beyond the normal school day should continue to park in the designated student parking area. Students should never park in the areas designated for visitors or staff.
For the safety and security of all, security personnel monitor the student parking lot during the school day. All student vehicles parked in the lot must display a student-parking permit at all times. Parking permits are required beginning on the first day of school. Beginning the first week of school, permit applications, daily permits, and questions should be directed to the security guard during school hours in the parking lot security shed.
Student permits are issued for the school year, by trimester, for limited use, or on a daily basis. Students are strongly encouraged to purchase Annual permits. Trimester Permits are designed for a student who may only need to use the parking facility for one or two trimesters, or who cannot afford the entire Annual Permit fee at one time. Limited Use Trimester Permits are available for a student who will be at school for less than 3 hours a day. These permits might be used by a PSEO student (one who takes college classes during the regular school day as part of his/her curriculum), an OEC (Occupations in Emergency Care) student who attends class here only first and second hour, or a 916 student who is here for only a portion of the day.
A student who attends school more than three hours a day must buy an Annual Permit or Trimester permit. Daily permits are issued until gone. The daily lot will then be considered full, and additional students seeking daily parking will be turned away.
Starting the first day of school, all vehicles parked in the student parking lot must have a permit; those without permits will be ticketed.