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 or assigned lot.
Limited Open Campus
Student safety and academic success is a high priority for our students at Inglemoor High School. Though it is strongly recommended that students remain on campus during lunch, Seniors can apply for permission to leave campus based on the certain qualifications and expectations. Beginning in the fall of 2019, Inglemoor will have a limited open campus for Seniors during lunch and lunch only.
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.