Parking & Transportation
Student Drop-off Location Reminder
Due to safety concerns, we have worked with the City of Kenmore to relocate the student drop-off and pick-up area. Parents are not allowed to drop-off or pick-up their students at the main entrance or near the bus loading zone, before or after the school day.
- For student drop-off and pick-up, parents MUST use NE 157th St. to enter school grounds.
- Parents will use NE St. to exit ONLY.
- NO drop-off or pick-up will be allowed at the NE 155th St. entrance. Only buses and those with assigned parking (as identified by a parking pass) will be allowed to enter campus at NE 155th St.
Also: White lines marking a “Stay Clear” area have been painted around the intersection leading to the bus loading zone. This intersection must not be blocked at any time. Please remain outside the white lines until traffic in front of you clears the intersection area.
Parking passes are sold out for the 2018-2019 school year.
Before parking your vehicle on campus, students must understand the paring expectations on this website and register their vehicle using the online Parking Application Form.
IMPORTANT: To log into the Parking Application e-form below, your internet browser must be logged into the student's NSD Google Apps account. If you are logged into any other Google or Gmail account on your browser (even in another tab or window), then the form cannot be accessed. If this happens, open a completely different browser program (Chrome/Firefox/Safari/Edge) or log out of Google/Gmail in your current browser; then try to access the Parking Application e-form again and it will ask for you to sign into Google. Log in with your student Google Apps account and password.
Can Students Park on Campus?
In order to park on campus, students must purchase a parking pass and register their vehicle. They are then assigned a specific parking spot in the student parking lots and must park in that spot.
Students should never park in the Staff and Visitor Parking Lot.
Who can get a Parking Permit?
Parking permits will be available for purchase to the following: IHS Seniors, IHS Junior, WANIC & Running Start students, as well as students attending Inglemoor via Waiver. Drivers must show proof of insurance and a current driver's license in order to receive a parking pass.
How do I get a Permit?
- Permit Purchase: Permits can be purchased at the Back to School Fair (fill out the Parking Application Form prior to the back to school fair to receive pass at fair) and throughout the year until sold out via the online Parking Application Form.
NOTE: You'll need to be logged into your student Google Account [email@example.com] in order to access the Parking Application form.
- Additionally, you will need to pay for the parking permit either via credit card in the ASB Bookeepers office or online using Touchbase.
Full year: $112.50 + WA State sales tax (7.7%) = $125.00
Student Parking Expectations
Student parking on the Inglemoor campus is a privilege. This privilege may be suspended or revoked for failure to meet IHS campus expectations, described in the student handbook, and/or failing to abide by the following guidelines.
Permit Visibility and Parking Spot:
Parking passes must be clearly displayed at all times while on campus or a ticket could be issued. Students must park in their designated spots by their parking pass.
Inglemoor High School is a closed campus. Student vehicles are to be parked upon arrival and removed following the student’s last class. Students, other than those who depart for special off-campus education, must have an excuse slip from the Attendance Office before they may depart campus during the academic day. Parking lots are not open to students during the day other than as specified above. Students may not leave campus without permission, including walking, or in a vehicle. Violations of this rule will result in revocation of parking pass for up to two weeks. Repeat offenders may receive disciplinary action which could include detention, Saturday school, or revocation of Parking Permit for the remainder of the school year with no refund provided.
Students who choose to drive and park on Inglemoor campus do so at their own risk. The Northshore School District and IHS are not responsible for lost, damaged, or stolen property. Vehicles need to be secured to protect personal items.
Vehicles are to be parked within designated (lined) spaces. Care must be taken to avoid blocking adjacent parking spaces and/or fire and traffic lanes. Use of designated disabled parking spaces requires a valid Washington State disabled parking permit. Students who park in these areas without a valid Washington State disabled parking permit will be fined the maximum penalty.
Prohibited Parking Areas:
Student parking is prohibited in the following areas:
- Staff/Visitors Lot
- Service Area
- Fire Lanes
- Bus Zones
- Other Unmarked or Unauthorized Areas
The speed limit on IS grounds is 5 MPH. Exceeding the speed limit, poor or reckless driving, driving on sidewalks, over barriers or curbs, or engaging in any potentially dangerous activities with a motor vehicle will not be tolerated.
If a student receives a campus ticket for a parking violation, the first offense will be $10; the second $20; the third $50; and each and every violation after the third will result in $120 fine, and disciplinary action which could include detention or Saturday school. Any violations of traffic laws or criminal law will be turned over to the King County Sheriff's Department.
By registering to park at IHS, students’ cars may be subjected to a search if there is a suspicion of contraband items, other evidence of a student’s violation of the law, or rules governing student conduct.
Someone parked in your spot? Debris or parking stall damage?
Please report any parking discrepancies to Mr. Calhoun at:
Passes & Transportation
If your student needs a bus pass, pease complete the form below and send it with your student to the main office – it has all the information we need from you. Bus passes are not valid without approval from school personnel. To find bus numbers, stop locations and bus stop times - Click on the Bus Information Link below.
After School Activity Bus Information
Beginning Monday, September 12th, NSD will be providing after school activity buses from the high schools four days per week: Mondays, Tuesdays, Thursdays, and Fridays. Buses will depart from the high school at 4:30pm. Up to 50 students can ride the activity bus.
Students will need to come into the Main Office to get an Activity Bus Pass. Activity Bus Passes are issued on a first-come, first-served basis due to the limited number of seats.The activity route does not have the same bus stop locations as the regular bus routes. Bus stops are limited to ensure all students are transported home in a timely manner and the cost to the schools are minimized. It is the parents' responsibility to select the stop closest to their residence and familiarize their child with this information in the event he/she needs to utilize after school transportation.
INGLEMOOR HIGH SCHOOL BUS 193 Activity Bus Route
#1 STARTING POINT: INGLEMOOR HIGH SCHOOL
#2 NE 170TH ST @ JUANITA DR NE (METRO BUS STOP)
#3 NE 153RD PL @ 70TH AVE NE (YMCA ON CORNER)
#4 NE 145TH ST @ 107TH AVE NE (CONIFER VISTA)
#5 NE 160TH ST @ NORTHSHORE MS
#6 NE WDNVL DR @ RIVERCROFT APT
#7 E RIVERSIDE DR @ NE 175TH ST (GREENLIEF)
#8 80TH AVE NE @ NE 177TH CT
#9 73RD AVE NE @ NE 191ST ST
#10 7006/6926 NE 182ND (MOBILE HOME PARK)
#11 61ST AVE NE @ NE 190TH ST
#12 61ST PL NE @ NE 197TH ST
District Transportation Information
The district has a variety of transportation options based on the needs of your student.
Program Based Transportation:
Please contact the transportation department with questions about your student's transportation needs.