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Lambert High School

Parking Permit Application


***Note: Submit a copy of your valid Georgia driver’s license. Seniors submit a check for $120.00 with your application. Juniors that are selected in the lottery will be notified and payment will be due at that time.

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Drivers Name:

Last Name

First Name



11th ( ) 12th ( )

Student ID #:

Home Address:

Home Phone #:

Work #:


Work #:

Make of Vehicle (Ford, Chevy, etc.):


Year of Vehicle


Student Drivers License #:

Tag #:

Vehicle Title Registered Under Name of:

Relationship of Registered Owner:

Vehicle Insurance Company:

Insurance Expiration Date:

Parking Regulations
To ensure the safety of students on the Lambert High School Campus, all students must abide by the following rules and regulations.

  1. All automobiles parked on the school grounds must be registered. The parking tag must be displayed on the front rear view mirror. Vehicles that do not display a current parking permit will be in violation.

  2. Students are not to park in any spaces designated for teachers, visitors, handicap or other school personnel. Illegal parking is subject to loss of parking privileges.

  3. If a situation occurs that requires a student, who holds a valid parking permit, to drive a car to school other than the LHS registered vehicle, the student must transfer the parking permit to the vehicle they are driving and report the transfer to the office.

  4. All students must be covered by liability insurance. The school is not responsible for the automobile or its contents. No student may drive a motor vehicle on school property that is not registered to that student or his/her parent/guardian.

  5. Students will observe a 10 mile per hour speed limit while on school grounds. Students who drive recklessly on school grounds, or with 1,000 feet of the schools grounds, are subject to disciplinary action and/or loss of parking permit.

  6. Student vehicles are subject to search if there are reasonable grounds to believe that drugs, alcohol, another student’s property, or contraband might be present in the vehicle. Failure to comply with a vehicle search may result in permanent forfeiture of parking privileges and the notification of local police if school officials believe a crime has occurred.

  7. All passengers including the driver MUST have a seat belt on before leaving the student parking lot. Failure to adhere to this law may result in disciplinary action, which could include an interruption of parking privileges.

  8. Parking permits are non-transferable. Students found buying, selling, exchanging, altering, or counterfeiting permits will have their parking privileges permanently revoked and will be subject to suspension with no parking fees refunded. This rule includes temporary permits. Students may also be charged with theft.

  9. Students will not be permitted to return to their cars during the school day without administrative authorization.

  10. Students who are handicapped or receive a temporary handicap placard must register their vehicle and information with school personnel.

Violations of Parking Rules
Given the severity of parking violations, it may be necessary to elevate the level of discipline. Below is a general sequence of consequences which include but are not limited to the following:
1st- Warning; notify parent
2nd- Friday Night School
3rd- 30 day suspension of driving privileges
4th- Suspension parking privileges; the remainder of the semester*(minimum of two months)
5th - Loss of parking privileges

Parking Violations include but are not limited to:
- parking in designated areas marked for teachers, visitors, handicap or other school personnel
- parking in a non-defined parking area (for example: fire lanes, or curbs not lined for parking)
- parking on campus without displaying parking tag
- parking on campus without purchasing school issued parking
- driving in a manner that poses a threat to the safety of others
a. speeding
b. driving erratically
c. horn blowing, tire squealing, fast starts, loud mufflers, and excessive noise
- visiting your vehicle during the school day without permission
- parking in an area marked for IE2, WBL, or other specified parking location
- transferring the ownership of the parking pass is not allowed


**I have read and understand the above rules regarding this parking pass.
Student Signature____________________________ Parent Signature____________________________
You may access these rules on our website
Rev. 4/18/16

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