Parking Permit Application 2020-21

• Parking decal applications for the 2020-2021 school year will be accepted throughout the summer in office 100 and during the school year in office 700. Forms must be completed and signed by both student and parent. Parking applications will be processed once the start of the school year is determined by the District.

• Students will be notified of their approval or denial via the email address they write on the application. Please make sure the email address is written legibly to ensure delay-free communication. If approved, an email will be sent to that address that includes the process for online payment and purchase of the parking decal. Payment cannot be made until approval is granted and decals cannot be picked up until online payment is received. We are no longer accepting cash or checks. Decal fees are $80 if purchased during the first semester and $40 if purchased during the second semester.

• Due to the increasingly high volume of students with late entry, dual enrollment, or early release, we will not be selling reserved spaces because those spots purchased by students with limited time on campus prohibit other students from parking on campus. Parking spaces should be open to all students that qualify for a decal, therefore, parking on campus is now on a first-come, first-served basis.

• Students with a standard schedule (seven periods) are expected to be in school, on time, every day (BEFORE 7:20 am). Students who arrive on-time should have no trouble finding a parking space in the area they prefer to park (nearest the PAC, gym, fields, etc.). Late entry and dual enrollment students will also have plenty of spots available throughout the year.

• Parking decals will be numbered for identification purposes but students will not own specific spots.

All students must meet the following criteria:

• Valid Florida Operator’s License

• Classified as a Junior or Senior (or Sophomore Magnet Student living out of zone)

• 2.5 cumulative un-weighted grade point average

• Satisfactory attendance: no more than 15 unexcused days and/or classes previous year; 8 after first semester

• No more than three (3) administrative referrals previous year

 The following items must be presented for verification at the time of vehicle registration:
• Valid vehicle registration for the car that will be registered. The vehicle must be registered to student or their parents.
• Valid Florida Operator’s / Driver’s License.


The purpose of these regulations is to maintain a safe and orderly school environment and to provide parking facilities in support of this function within the limits of available space. The school will assume no responsibility for loss or damage to any vehicle (car, truck or motorcycle) or its contents while in operation or parked on the Dr. Phillips High School campus. Parking decals give holder the privilege of parking on campus. Failure to follow the rules may result in suspension or revocation of parking privilege.
• The speed limit on campus is 10 MPH.

• All motor vehicles driven by students must display a current hanging decal on the mirror.

• Students will not be permitted into the parking lot without their decal properly displayed.

• If a student must drive another vehicle for a short period of time, they are required to notify administration and receive approval. A current vehicle registration must be presented for the vehicle.

• School policies are in effect in the parking lot. Student vehicles may be subject to search if there are reasonable grounds to believe that drugs, alcohol, stolen property or other contraband materials are present in that vehicle.

• Revoked parking decals MUST be returned.

• Re-issuance of lost decals will cost $80.00.

Any of the following violations may result in suspension or revocation of parking privileges. It should be noted that the administrator reserves the right to impose additional or stronger disciplinary measures in the event of flagrant and/or persistent violations of school traffic and parking rules.


• Parking in an unauthorized area, reckless driving and speeding, at any time, are violations which may result in permit revocation.

• Loitering is not allowed in the parking lot and/or returning to your car during school hours without administrative permission is not permitted.

• Student’s failure to comply with personnel at gate entrances and leaving campus unauthorized or with an unauthorized person in their vehicle are subject to having their permit revoked.

• Parking decals may be revoked as a consequence for violation of the Code of the Student Conduct.