Parking Pass Information

Parking Permit Applications for 2021-2022 School Year are currently being accepted at this time. Completion of the application does not guarantee a parking permit. Permit will be issued once the application is processed and payment is received.

The Parking Application for 2021-2022 will be completed online at this link and must be completed prior to payment: https://tinyurl.com/WHHSParkingPassApplication

You must be logged in to your Hall County Google Drive account (go.hallco.org) to complete this form. 

  • BEFORE completing the application, we recommend collecting and uploading to your computer all necessary information/documentation. You will need your license plate number as well as digital copies (If you are using a Mac computer, please upload these documents as a .doc or .pdf – we cannot support Pages files) of:
  • 1- Driver’s License (no permits)
    2- Current Automobile Insurance Card (NOT EXPIRED) 
  • Parking Fee is $60 (includes entire year if paid in Fall Semester) or $30 if Spring Semester only. Lost or stolen parking passes will need a new pass which requires paying the entire fee. Cash or check (cash only after March 2022) payments only to Leeza Young (checks made payable to West Hall High).
  • Do not drive to campus until you have your pass in hand.
  • Please contact Leeza Young (leeza.young@hallco.org) with additional questions.

Parking Pass Rules and Regulations

1-Parking on the WHHS campus is a privilege granted by the WHHS administration based on the proper purchase of a WHHS parking permit from the school. The WHHS administration has the authority to grant or revoke this privilege at its discretion.

2-All vehicles parked on the WHHS campus or any designated school area are subject to search at any time by the WHHS Administration. Searches may be conducted without the owner’s consent, notice, or a search warrant.

3-WHHS is not responsible for vandalism, theft, or damage to any vehicle parked on the WHHS campus. Students should take the necessary precautions to prevent loss to their vehicle and its contents by keeping the vehicle locked at all times, not giving the keys to anyone else, and not leaving valuable items inside the vehicle while on campus.

4-The WHHS parking permit may only be used by the person to whom it was issued and may not be copied, shared with or sold to another student.

5-The WHHS administration must be notified immediately if the purchaser of a parking permit changes vehicles during the school year.

6- Parking tag must be properly attached to the rear view mirror of the vehicle at all times. 

7-Vehicles must be parked properly in the student parking area.

8-Students may not park in faculty-designated areas during school hours. Students parking improperly, in the faculty parking lot, in the bus lane, in visitor designated spaces, in restricted or reserved zones, or in non-registered vehicles, can be booted, fined, have their parking permit revoked, and have their vehicle towed at the students’ expense without prior notification.

9-No loitering in the parking lot. Once students arrive at school, they must report to the building immediately. Students may not re-enter the parking lot during the day without written permission from an administrator or a checkout pass from the attendance office.

10-Horn blowing, tire squealing, fast starts, loud mufflers, and excessive noise are not allowed in the parking lot at any time before and after school hours.

11-During the school day and during school sponsored activities, the West Hall Parking Lot is considered a part of the West Hall High School Campus. All school rules and regulations must be observed.

 

The WHHS administration will suspend and/or permanently revoke parking privileges for the following:

1-Failure to follow WHHS Parking Rules and Regulations

2-Speeding (10 mph limit), reckless driving, horseplay involving an automobile, or other driving violations within the school zone as determined by the WHHS administration or local law enforcement

3-Attendance, Disciplinary & Academic Reasons, including but not limited to: accumulation of unexcused tardies or check-outs to school, failing grades, leaving the WHHS campus during the school day without permission or failing to follow proper check in/out procedures, transporting another WHHS student off campus who does not have permission or failing to follow proper check in/out procedures

4-Violations of Code of Conduct resulting in Out of School Suspension

NO REFUNDS WILL BE GIVEN ONCE WHHS HAS ISSUED A PARKING PERMIT TO THE STUDENT.