Student Parking

 

RCHS Parking Permit Application: 20-21

While we continue our hybrid schedule, all licensed student drivers are welcome to park on campus.  We encourage all drivers to complete a parking registration.  If you filled a registration out already, there is no need to fill it out again.

As we prepare for a return to full, in-person learning for our students on March 22nd, we want to ensure all eligible students are registered for a parking permit to speed up the process when it arrives.  If you have already registered your student driver, there is no need to register again.

When we return to 100% in-person learning at school, our student parking process will return to that of years past due to our limited space available.  We will provide our seniors the first opportunity to receive a parking permit.  With spaces available after that, we will enter our juniors into a lottery for remaining parking permits.

To be eligible for a parking permit, the student must be a senior or junior with in-person learning, have a valid driver’s license, all fees prior to the 2020-2021 school year paid in full, and be registered for the parking permit. If you have chosen to remain remote, you will not be eligible for a parking permit.

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