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Parking Procedures

All parking regulations may be found in the student handbook, linked above and printed in the front of each student planner.

How does my student get permission to park on campus?

Students are allowed to park on campus once the following criteria have been met:

  • Students must have a current, valid driver’s license and current, valid registration for the vehicle they wish to park on campus.
  • Students must fill out the CMHS Parking Permit Form.
  • Turn in the Parking Permit Form along with the registration fee ($50 as of the beginning of 2011-12 school year) at the Security Office.

What are the parking lot regulations?

Students are expected to follow all rules of the parking lot and they are to park in the designated student parking areas only. Students are also expected to exhibit common courtesy to other drivers in the parking lot at all times.  Students must obey all traffic signs, follow the 10 MPH speed limit and, possess a valid driver’s license and insurance.

What are the consequences of not following parking lot regulations?

Violations of parking lot policies can result in a ticket and/or fine being assigned by the Colorado Springs Police Department, parking privileges being revoked, keys being impounded during the school day, disabling the vehicle with a parking boot, or the vehicle being towed at the operators expense. Unsafe operation of a vehicle will result in similar consequences along with a report being filed with the police.

  • First violation: Student will receive a warning.
  • Second violation: Student parking privileges will be suspended for twenty (20) school days.
  • Third violation: Student parking privileges will be revoked for the remainder of the school year.  Parking on campus while privileges have been revoked will result in the vehicle being towed at the owner's expense.

Are student vehicles subject to search?

Student vehicles are subject to search when the administration has reasonable suspicion to believe that the vehicle may contain substances or devices in violation of school policies.  When school officials establish reasonable suspicion that a student is or may be involved in behavior that violates aw or school policies, and that student has a vehicle parked on campus, the student's vehicle may be searched.

The search will be conducted with the student present and at least two school administrators or their designees present.  The school administrators may ask for the assistance of the SRO or a member of the CMHS security team if necessary.

Any items discovered in a vehicle that may be considered "dangerous weapons" or "reasonable facsimile may result in suspension and/or recommendation for expulsion from school.