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  • Student Parking

    Student parking on campus is a privilege extended to students and families that follow the process outlined for securing an on-campus parking space.  It is also a serious responsibility for our student drivers to be aware of other drivers as well as students who are walking.  Safety is the primary concern with respect to student parking.  In order to maintain a safe campus for all students and families, we ask all approved student drivers to adhere to the guidelines of the on-campus parking application. 

     

    1. We have decided to remain virtual but purchased a parking pass and our neighbor’s daughter would like to use our on-campus parking space.  How do we make this happen?

    Parking passes are not transferable per the parking application guidelines.  This includes selling, renting, leasing, lending, or permitting the use of an on-campus parking space to a student who has not been approved by the school administration to park on campus.  Only the school administration can authorize on-campus parking for students. 

     

    2. Our family has decided to remain virtual and would like to return our on-campus parking pass for a refund.  How can we get our refund?

    Families deciding not to use their on-campus parking for the school year may return the parking passes to the front office no later than Friday, October 16, 2020, for a full refund.  Once the pass is returned, the student will no longer be permitted to park on campus even if there is a decision in the home to switch from virtual to face to face. 

     

    3. I know a friend has online classes the first two periods of the day and I am face to face for the first two periods of the day, then online the rest of the day.  Can we share the space?

    Students may not share the parking space.  Only the student who has been approved to park in the space may use the space during the school day. 

     

    4. I feel safer eating lunch in my car.  Is this allowed?

    Students are only allowed to eat lunch in the cafeteria or the courtyard.  Students eating in their cars with others would be unsupervised, thus compromising their safety. 

     

    5. My friends want me to take them off campus for lunch.  We have the same lunch period.  Is this ok? 

    Students are not permitted to leave campus during their school day.  Student drivers are also not permitted to take other students off-campus during their school day.  This is a clear violation of the parking guidance from the application and a safety risk for all involved. 

     

    6. My first class at school is closer to the front of the building and my parking space is at the stadium.  I parked in a parking space in front of the school since I was running a few minutes late today and it was raining.  Is this ok? 

     

    No.  Students are only permitted to park in the student lots, in their assigned space. 

     

    7. I have morning workouts.  I parked in the front row of student parking and sometimes I park in the visitor spaces at the front of the school.  My friends tell me this is ok.  Is it?

    It is best for everyone is students arriving for morning workouts park in their assigned spaces because the person assigned to the space you parked in may arrive at school at any moment. 

     

    8. Someone was parked in my spot when I came to school today.  What do I do? 

    Take a pic of the rear of the vehicle parked in your space which includes the make, model, and tag number of the car in your space.  Park in visitor, come to the front office, and let the front office personnel know what happened.  Then you will be provided a pass to class if one is necessary at the time. 

     

    9. What happens if I go against the parking guidelines?

    Students are subject to having their vehicles booted ($75 per booting infraction), having their on-campus parking suspended or revoked, and may also face disciplinary consequences per the 2020 – 2021 FCS Student Code of Conduct where applicable. 

Student Parking Policies: 2020 - 2021

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Junior Parking Lottery

  • The Junior Parking Lottery has ended.  All students receiving on campus parking through the Junior Parking Lottery have been notified.

Student Parking Application Procedures

  • Rising 12th-grade students can apply for a parking space for the 2020-2021 school year by following the steps below. If you have any questions or concerns, please contact Mr. Maize at maize@fultonschools.org.

    1. Click on the link below to start your application for parking for the 2020 – 2021 school year. Log in using your Fulton County Schools student email address and password to access the application.

    2. Fill out the application in its entirety, including the uploading of all required forms/documents.

    3. Look for an email from maize@fultonschools.org to your Fulton County Schools student email confirming that your application is approved. (Students new to Fulton County Schools for the 2020 – 2021 school year contact Assistant Principal Darius Maize at maize@fultonschools.org before completing the online application for further directions)

    4. Once approved, pay online through OSP link on the school websiteDO NOT make a payment before receiving approval of your application.

    5. Contact Mr. Maize, maize@fultonschools.org, with any questions or concerns, please.

Student Parking

Question regarding parking?

  • Contact Mr. Darius Maize, Assistant Principal at maize@fultonschools.org with any questions regarding student parking.