Parking requirements for seniors

  • Parking Requirements for 2018-2019 Senior Students

    All students must complete the Alive @ 25 course in order to receive a parking permit.  You will need scanned copies of the following when applying for a Parking Permit:

    • your driver's license
    • current vehicle registration
    • current vehicle insurance
    • Alive @ 25 certificate of completion

    Student Parking Permit Application
    All students must complete the following in order to apply for a 2018-2019 Student Parking Permit:

    1. Complete the online application: 2018-2019 Student Parking Permit Application (Available August 1, 2018 - Must be completed using your student's District 113 Google Account)

    2. Upload all required documents
      All documents must be submitted electronically. If you do not have access to a scanner, please take a clear photo using a cell phone, tablet, Chromebook, or laptop.

    3. Submit payment through the Infinite Campus Portal
      Select the Payments link on the left side of the portal window. The fee for parking is $360.00 (this fee will not be activated until August 1, 2018)

    Once all forms have been submitted and payment has been received, students may pick up their parking permit in A222 during student prep week.

    Carpool Incentive Program

    Highland Park High School is committed to making an effort to reduce the amount of traffic travelling around our campus. We encourage all senior students to participate in the Carpool Incentive Program.

    Incentives:

    • Discounted permits
      • 1 extra SENIOR student, 10% off full parking price ($360 reduced to $324)
      • 2 extra SENIOR students, 20% off full parking price ($360 reduced to $288)
      • 3 extra SENIOR students, 30% off full parking price ($360 reduced to $252)

    Carpool spaces are limited.  Click here for more information regarding the Carpool Incentive Program.

    If you have questions, please contact Mrs. Beresheim in A222 at 224-765-2026, or at gberesheim@dist113.org.  

     

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