2017-18 Parking Permits
Parking will be even more limited next year so it is very important to be mindful of the updated attendance and discipline policies which relate to issuing parking permits. Effective Monday, January 23, 2017, students may not apply for a Parking Permit if they have more than five (5) unexcused absences or have any disciplinary infractions (i.e., ISS or OSS). Keep in mind the choices made this semester can ultimately determine whether a Parking Permit is granted next school year.
Parking at Riverwood is not a right, it is a privilege. Students must maintain academic performance standards and meet all attendance and disciplinary qualifications.
Who may apply?
Only rising Seniors (Class of 2018) and rising Juniors (Class of 2019) may apply for a 2017-18 parking permit. Sophomores and Freshman may not apply except through the PTSA auction in the fall. Remember, completing an application does NOT a guarantee a parking permit. Applications are processed on a first-come, first-served basis.
1st Priority to Minimum Day, Work-Based, Dual Enrollment students (including Juniors who have classes off-campus)
2nd Priority to Seniors (Class of 2018)
Juniors (Class of 2019)
Sophomores and Freshman may NOT apply for parking permits
When to apply?
Seniors (Class of 2018) who are current parking permit holders may
submit properly completed applications with
all current required documents
during the month of May 2017. Seniors who submit a completed application
with proper documents before August 1, 2017 will be given
priority over Juniors. Juniors (Class of 2019) may not submit applications until August 1, 2017. The
deadline for ALL applications is Monday, August 14, 2017.
Applications submitted after August 14th
will be waitlisted. Applications are processed on a first-come, first-served basis.
How to apply?
Download application (available here or in the school front office). Turn in completed form with all supporting documentation to the school front office. Do NOT include payment with the application. Payment is due when the permit is issued.
Copy of Student's Driver's License (must be a license, not a permit)
Copy of Vehicle Insurance Card* must be valid through at least September 2017
Copy of Vehicle Tag/Registration* must be valid through at least September 2017
Insurance Cards and Registration must be valid through at least September 2017. Copies of Registration receipts and Insurance cards required; copies of invoices are not proof of registration or insurance coverage.
How much does it cost?
2017-2018 Parking Fee $100
Payment due when student receives permit (check or money order only; no cash)
2017-18 Parking Permit Application Form. pdf
Application forms are also available in the Front Office
NO PARKING ALLOWED ON CAMPUS WITHOUT VALID PERMIT after the second week of school