Student Parking

COVID-19 Update

For the duration of our hybrid learning model at MHS, we will not be charging a fee for students to park on campus; however, we will be using a permit process in order to identify who is parking in our lot. In order to receive a permit for the duration of hybrid learning, please complete this form.

e-Learning/Hybrid Learning Parking Form

Information about how to pick up your e-learning/hybrid learning parking permit will be coming soon in communication from the high school.

At the time of a full opening of MHS, we will administer our permit selection process based on the pool priority system outlined below. Please continue to use the parking application form to request a parking permit for when school is fully open. This can be at any point during September, and no fees are going to be collected at this time. The fee will be prorated based on when we return to school fully. Further communication will come before a full reopening of the school with additional details.

Applying for a Parking Permit for When MHS Reopens

Although we do not know when/if MHS will be opening in full for the 2020-2021 school year, we want to continue our parking permit selection process base on the pool priority system outlined below. Please continue to use the parking application form to request a parking permit for when school is fully open. This can be at any point during September, and no fees are going to be collected at this time. The fee will be prorated based on when we return to school fully. Further communication will come before a full reopening of the school with additional details.

Parking permits are only issued to students in grades 11 and 12 and will be issued based on the number of licensed drivers in a carpool. If approved for a parking permit, students will be contacted via school email for distribution times and locations.

Note: To complete this form you will need a valid email address, driver information (including accurate Student ID Number for all drivers), and vehicle information (Make, Model, Color, Year, including License Plate for All Vehicles). You should only submit one application per permit. Please talk to your permit partner(s) to be sure duplicates are not submitted. Duplicate applications may cause a delay in the approval of your permit.

Begin the Parking Permit Application

A checklist for the parking permit application is as follows:

  • Fill out a parking permit application.
  • Check school email for notification that you have been approved for a parking permit
  • Review the Parking Policies and complete the Parking Quiz.
  • Pay your parking permit fee in Skyward (Fee Management), after your carpool has been approved.
  • Pay all outstanding fees in Skyward (Fee Management), or plan to bring materials with you on the permit distribution days to have those fines removed if applicable.
  • Complete any outstanding detention hours.

Your application must be submitted and approved prior to making the payment.

Please note, any student receiving a parking permit will not receive a seat on the school bus.

Parking permits will be put on hold for students having outstanding detention hours, or unpaid fees and fines. Permits will be released upon the completion of detention hours and/or the payment of fees and fines.

Be certain to bring your driver’s license on the permit distribution days and a check or cash if you have not paid online. Remember each person identified on the permit application must show their driver’s license before the permit will be granted.

All drivers are expected to use caution around the high school and park in appropriate spots. Parking fines can be paid at the Bursar's Office at Minnetonka High School or by credit card online using Skyward (Fee Management).