Parking Passes for the 2023-2024 school year will cost $60. ($30 for CVCC/CCP students who are on campus for less than half of their course load during the academic year) There will be no paper applications this year. All questions on the application need to be completed and documents need to be uploaded before a parking pass will be issued. Payments must be made at the time of pass pickup. (Cash or check made out to BBHHS) Filling out the application does not hold a spot in line or guarantee a pass will be issued. Once your application is complete you may stop up to the main office to obtain a pass starting on the dates listed below. Passes will be issued on a first-come, first-serve basis starting with seniors Friday, August 4th. Seniors will be given exclusive rights to buy a parking space before any underclassmen are permitted to begin purchasing spaces on Friday, August 11th. If you have any questions please contact Dara Treter at [email protected] or 440-740-4711.
Driving to School
Driving to school and parking in the student lot is a privilege that requires adherence to certain rules and regulations. These rules, as listed below, are stated on the application for the driving permit and are handed to the students when they receive their permits. The student’s and parent’s signature indicates knowledge of and agreement to comply with these rules and regulations. Application forms are available from the Assistant Principals’ Office--the cost of a parking permit for the school year is $60. Fees will be prorated quarterly.
Students who drive to school without proper authorization will be immediately assessed the full price of a parking permit to their student fee account. Students who need to drive on an occasional basis (doctor’s appointment, club meeting, special help from a teacher, etc.) may obtain a temporary permit from the Main Office. Reckless or improper operation while on campus, driving unregistered vehicles, or parking in non-designated spots will also result in disciplinary action that may include: adhesive warning stickers affixed to the vehicle, temporary or permanent loss of driving privileges, detention, Saturday school assignment, and/or an in-school assignment. Unauthorized vehicles parked on school grounds are subject to towing at the owner’s expense. Drivers of vehicles parked in unauthorized areas will be assessed a $10 fine for the first five (5) offenses and then a $20 fine for each successive violation (e.g., TLC lot, staff lot, handicapped, fire lane, grass) these fees will be directly added to the student fees account.
Rules and Regulations for Student Drivers
Parking permits are non-transferable. Only a student who is registered and hangs an authorized permit on the rearview mirror will be permitted to park in the designated student lots. All others will be told to leave the grounds and return without the car. Any missed school time will be considered as unexcused. Students who falsify a parking permit will be subject to severe disciplinary consequences. Student cars are not to be parked in any other area of the campus or grounds—including grassy areas.
Students who park in the faculty lot will be assessed a fine of $10 or $20 for each instance.
The speed limit on school district property is 10 m.p.h. Drive slowly and carefully. Speeding and/or reckless operation of a vehicle will result in disciplinary and/or police action. Driving behind the school is strictly prohibited.
Drivers are to park properly, one space per vehicle, between the designated lines. Drivers are not to park in handicapped or in fire lanes.
Students should park, lock their vehicles and go directly into the building—loitering in the parking lot is prohibited.
Students are not permitted to smoke/vape or engage in any disruptive behavior while in vehicles on school grounds.
Students are hereby advised that vehicles parked on school grounds are subject to search at any time and may be subjected to random canine search.
A student must have permission to return to his/her car during the school day.
It becomes the student’s responsibility to arrive at school on time. The attendance office will not excuse students who arrive late due to a flat tire, engine trouble, or other transportation related excuses.
Give buses the right-of-way. Use extreme caution around school buses.
Follow the proper traffic pattern. At posted times, traffic flow will be in one direction heading up the hill to the front of the building to ensure the safety of all students. Pedestrians have the right of way in a crosswalk. All parents and students are expected to exit campus through the Board of Education driveway and must turn right onto Mill Road. Students must exit in single file order. Crossing the yellow line or doubling up is not permitted.
Neither Brecksville-Broadview Heights High School nor Brecksville-Broadview Heights City School District will be responsible for any damage or loss incurred while student vehicles are parked in the student parking lots. Lock your vehicle.
Violations of these rules and regulations could result in being ticketed, loss of permit, or be towed from campus.
Violation of the rules stated above and/or reckless or improper operation of a motor vehicle while on campus, driving unregistered vehicles, or parking in non-designated spots will also result in disciplinary action that may include:
- Adhesive warning stickers affixed to the vehicle.
- Temporary or permanent loss of driving privileges.
- Issuing of detentions, Saturday school assignments, and/or an in-school restriction.
- Fines are issued for each infraction after an initial warning. $10 fine for the first five (5) offenses and then a $20 fine for each successive violation (e.g., No Permit, Parking in unassigned lots (staff or another student lot), parking in grass areas, parking in areas not designated as a parking space, parking in fire lanes, unsafe driving practices, not following established traffic flow, etc.) these fees will be directly added to the student fees account.
- Unauthorized vehicles parked on school grounds are subject to towing at the owner’s expense.
- Significant safety and/or pervasive violations may result in the issuance of a ticket from the BHPD in addition to the consequences outlined above.