All student drivers parking on campus are required to register with the front office with the following:
- A valid drivers license (not a permit)
- Insurance Policy (student must be on policy)
Parking on campus without a valid parking pass may result in tickets and towing at student/parent expense. The use of a car is a privilege and can be revoked.
If you would like to request a parking permit, please visit Mr. Lopez in the YES Prep Front Office.
From the SBISD Student/Parent Handbook:
High School Students who drive cars to school are required to park in the designated student parking lots. Cars must be parked between yellow lines on the parking lot pavement. Cars which are not parked in the proper manner or area may be towed away or booted at the owner’s expense and the student driver will be subject to disciplinary action.
All cars in the student parking lot must display a parking sticker in the lower right corner of the front windshield. All other motor vehicles must display a parking sticker in a visible area. All motor vehicles (including cars, motorcycles, etc.) are limited to parking in a designated parking lot. Parking stickers must be purchased by the student on his/her own initiative in the appropriate office. Areas of operation for motor vehicles are limited to the parking lot or clearly defined driveways. Motor vehicles are never permitted on any sidewalk.
Middle School students are not allowed to drive. Vehicles parked on school property are under the jurisdiction of the school. School officials may search any vehicle any time there is reasonable cause to do so, with or without the presence of the student. A student has full responsibility for the security and content of his or her vehicle and must make certain that it is locked and that the keys are not given to others. Security demands that students leave their vehicles immediately upon arrival in the parking lot. No student without a pass from an administrator may enter the student parking lot during the day. Vocational students who must leave via the parking lot during the day must have their vocational pass and identification available and must not loiter in the parking lot before leaving or after returning to the campus.
Drivers are expected to exercise good judgment behind the wheel at all times. On campus, ten miles per hour (10 MPH) is the maximum speed limit. Violation of any of these regulations is considered misconduct and may result in removal of parking privileges.