Students

Student Parking Permit Registration for 2022-23 is Now Active!

PLEASE READ THE INFORMATION BELOW PRIOR TO COMPLETING THE REGISTRATION FORM 

Students must have a current parking permit to park on campus during the regular school day, 7:30 a.m. - 3:00 p.m. Cost of the permit is $30 for the full year, $15 beginning 2nd semester.  Passes are available for pick-up from Ms. Daniels in the Main Office during 4th bell lunch or afterschool. 

A Parking Permit Does Not Guarantee A Parking Space.  Spaces are First Come, First Served.

STUDENT CAMPUS PARKING LOTS: 1) All of Sulsar Drive

                                                         2) Lot C, off Gilbert Ave.

                                                         3) Lot D, lower portion, including gravel lot

                                                         4) Lot E, south of Jr. High Gym

Students parking on campus must follow all rules and regulations:

1) Observe the speed limit of the school (15 mph).

2) Park in designated student parking areas only (see above list).

3) Not leave school grounds or enter my car without permission.

4) Abide by all law enforcement street signs (no parking, fire hydrant, etc.).

5) Lose the privilege to park on campus based upon attendance or discipline issues.

Failure to follow the guidelines can result in loss of parking privileges or suspension from school.

The WHHS parking permit must be adhered to the FRONT windshield.

School officials have the right to examine the contents and/or search a vehicle parked on school premises when there is reasonable belief that items contained in the vehicle may interfere with the safe and orderly operation of the school or may be in violation of Board of Education policy, administrative regulation or school rule.

All cars should be locked after arriving and students should go to the building and not remain in the lot. Students park at their own risk and are advised not to leave anything of value in their cars. Walnut Hills High School and Cincinnati Public Schools  District assumes no responsibility or liability for any loss or theft of any automobile or any part thereof; or for any article left therein; or for any damage which may be caused thereto by fire, trespasses, collision, etc.

 
 
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