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Parking Registration/Parking Permit Update

Parking registration is now to be added to the waiting list.  Be sure to register if you would like a parking spot.  We will call you in when we have one available.  You may not park at school without your hangtag displayed.



Getting a Parking Space?? - Personalize it!!

Student Council is heading up a fundraiser that allows students for $25 to personalize their parking space by painting it with water based paint.  Start thinking of your (school appropriate) design. Student Council will be at senior summit and schedule pick with more information including paint dates.

Click here for the Painting Information and Painting Application

Next Paint date:  Sat 8/20 8am - Noon or Wed 8/24 3pm-8pm

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Parking registration is online and will be available from July 1 – July 17, 2016. Once parking is issued, registration will reopen on August 9th - August 15th for those who missed the first registration.

If you are sharing a space with another student, both drivers must list each other so the system can link your information.  You will need to know your partner’s First and Last name as well as the grade level. Sharing is limited to two (2) students per parking space.

During registration, there is a PowerPoint presentation of the policies and guidelines for parking on campus. Throughout the presentation, you will be asked quiz questions.  You will need to answer these correctly to register your vehicle or vehicles.  You may register up to (2) two vehicles. All registered vehicles must be listed on your proof of insurance.

Sharing with another student is strongly encouraged.  Due to an increase in demand, there is usually a waiting list for a parking space. Students on the waiting list will be assigned parking spaces as they became available throughout the school year. Availability for a parking space is unpredictable.

       We will distribute spaces in the following priority:

  1. Students who are sharing
  2. Seniors single
  3. Juniors single

Once parking registration is activated again on August 9th - August 15th, parking will be distributed based on the following priority
.  This will be determined by the date and time indicated on your registration. Once we are full you will be placed on a waiting list.

1. Students who are sharing
2. Seniors single
3. Juniors single

      Requirements for parking will remain the same:

  1. Valid driver’s license
  2. Valid insurance listing registered vehicles
  3. Completion of the Parking Information Training
  4. Tags are $75.00. You will pay online. If you are sharing a space, full payment is required.We will not accept two separate payments.
  5. Only Juniors and Seniors are allowed to park on campus.

We will post parking spaces in the window of the Main Gym Entrance on Thursday August 4th after 3:00 p.m.  Tags will be distributed at senior summit and schedule pick up to students that meet the requirements for parking as stated above. *If you do not meet the requirements, you will forfeit your assigned space and will be placed on the waiting list.   Senior Summit (schedule pick up) is August 5, 2016, and Junior schedule pick is August 8, 2016.

Make sure you have a MySchoolBucks account to make your online payments.  You may set up this account now at or from the Child Nutrition link on the MISD website. You pay for parking under the parking icon.  This can be found in the school store in your MySchoolBucks account.

Frequently Asked Questions

1.  Can I change to Shared parking after the preregistration or when school starts? Yes.  Your partner would need to go through the registration process and mark shared parking.  You can come by Mrs. Miller's office or email to let us know your change.  We will make the adjustment.

2. What are the dates to preregister for a parking space? July 1st - July 17th

3.  Can I register after preregistration? Yes. We will open up registration after we complete the preregistration process.  We have not set the registration date yet.

4. What if my partner in the shared parking is absent? You can drive your registered vehicle to school.  Make sure you have picked up the hangtag if your partner has it.

5. Can I share with a 10th grader? Not under shared parking.  The 10th grader cannot drive to school.  He or she can ride with you but will not be able to register a vehicle for themselves.  This does not fall under shared parking.

6. What if my shared parking partner gets his or her parking suspended? If it is a temporary suspension then you can still drive your registered vehicles but he or she cannot.  If it is a permanent suspension then the space will become a single space for just you.  Your partner would not be allowed to drive to school.

7. What do I do if I get a new car after I have registered? We will have a link on the parking website for you to enter your new car information and to let us know which vehicle to remove. Be sure to keep your hang tag and put in the new vehicle. 

8. Can students park at the stadium and have someone drive them over to the school if they are the partner in shared parking?
No.  Students may not park in the stadium parking lots.  We will not take a chance that a student needs to cross 105 to get to their vehicle at any time of the day or evening.

9. When can I pick up my permit if I do the preregistration and will be out of town for schedule pick-up? I will look at the dates after schedule pick up and post a date and time students can pick up the hang tags.

10.  Will athletes have priority parking due to their after school activities?
No. We are not giving priority to any particular student activity.

Parking Registration/Parking Permit Update

Parking registration is now to be added to the waiting list.  Be sure to register if you would like a parking spot.  We will call you in when we have one available.  You may not park at school without your hangtag displayed.




Parking Registration Website

Registration is open for the waiting list.  We will contact you when we have a spot available for you. You will pay after we contact you. 


Welcome to the online student vehicle registration site for Montgomery High School.

If you are an 11th or 12th grade student you are eligible to apply for a parking space. You will go through a brief slideshow that will have quiz questions throughout. Upon successful completion of the Parking Information Training you will be able to register up to 2 vehicles that you intend to drive to school.


Before you get started please make sure that you have gathered all the necessary documents/data to fully complete the online form at the end of the course.

You will need the following information to complete the application:

  • Vehicles: Make, Model, Color, License Plate #
  • Student's drivers license number including expiration date, school ID number and grade level
  • Insurance Company name, policy number and expiration date
  • Shared Parking: If you plan on sharing a parking space, you will need the grade level, first and last name of the student you will be sharing the space with. This student must also complete the Parking Information Training and registration of their vehicles. Both students need to enter each other’s name.

 Click here for a printable copy of the Parking Information

Click on the PowerPoint below. Once you complete the Parking Rules and Regulations Training you will see the link to register for parking.

Please click on the link below to update your vehicle information.

Thank you for your patience with all our construction on campus.

Click here to change your vehicle information. Wait until after you have your parking space number.

Parking 2016-2017 Information

Parking at Montgomery High School is a privilege NOT a right. Our goal with parking is to provide a parking place on campus for as many of our junior and senior students as possible. This year we will have approximately 750 student parking spaces for 1250 11th and 12th grade students.

Students who wish to drive their own vehicle to campus must purchase a parking permit/space. To purchase a parking permit/space you must:

? Classified as an 11th or 12th grader,

? Complete the online Parking Information Training,

? Show your valid driver’s license,

? Show valid proof of insurance and

? Pay $75 by credit card or check online (fee is not prorated)

You will not receive a permit/space without the above.

Shared Parking Guidelines

1. Both students must complete the Parking Information Training and register vehicles. Only one payment is required. Do not make partial payments.

2. One hang tag will be provided between both students.

3. The student driving must display the hang tag on the rearview mirror.

4. When you are sharing a space only 1 vehicle is allowed to occupy the space at a time.

5. If one of the students receives a parking suspension for 5 or 10 days, the other student may use during the suspension dates.

6. If one of the students loses parking permanently the shared parking will be changed to single parking and the other student will retain the parking space.

General Information

1. Seniority does not guarantee a closer space.

2. You must register the license plate when registering any vehicle, including foreign and temporary plates. If your vehicle is unregistered, you will receive a parking violation.

3. All vehicles must have their tag displayed from their rear view mirror.

4. You may register more than one vehicle that you may drive and park on campus. This does not include a friend’s car unless you are sharing a space under the shared parking guidelines.

5. New vehicles must be registered prior to driving them on campus.

6. Vehicles may be added. You may register them under parking registration online.

7. Students may only register for one parking space.

8. All parking assignments are generated through Mrs. Miller in B139.

9. Students may not sell, loan, or give their tag to another student.

10. Sophomores are not allowed to drive a junior or senior to school and park in their space.

11. Always park in your assigned space. If someone is in your space, write down the license plate, park in the front and report to Mrs. Miller’s office immediately.

12. A violation of any of the above could result in a loss of parking.

Safety is priority

1. The speed limit on campus is 15 mph.

2. Students may not drive recklessly or aggressively in the parking lots at any time.

3. Be patient and drive safe.

4. Students may not drive across the lots, or drive the wrong direction to pass cars.

5. Students may not ride on tops of cars or in the bed of trucks on campus.

6. Students are not permitted to pull in front of buses as they are leaving campus during dismissal.

7. A violation of any of the above could result in a loss of parking.

Registered vehicles ONLY

1. Only vehicles registered to a space may park on campus.

2. Student vehicles are not allowed to park in the following areas: Handicap, Fire Zones, Bus Ramp, Faculty lots or Visitors. This could result in a loss of parking and/or vehicle being towed.

Band Practice Lot

1. All students parked in the Band practice lot must move their vehicles by 3:00p.m. until January. Please plan accordingly around your practices, tutorials, club meetings, etc…

2. A violation of any of the above could result in a loss of parking or detention.

Gravel Lot

1. Vehicles located in the gravel lot MUST use front end parking (no backing into the space).

2. A violation of any of the above could result in a loss of parking or detention.

Handicap Parking

1. Students with a parking permit must have a valid Handicap tag in order to park in those designed spaces on campus. Please contact Mrs. Miller if you need to park in these spaces.

2. You must have a Handicap Tag. Do not park beyond the expired date.

Parking lot incidents

1. Report any damage to your vehicle to Mrs. Miller’s office.

2. If you hit another car in the parking lot, do not move your vehicles. Exchange information with that person. Contact Mrs. Miller’s office immediately.

3. If you hit another car in the parking lot and the vehicle is empty, do not leave the scene without reporting the incident to Mrs. Miller’s office.

4. MHS assumes no responsibility if a vehicle is towed or booted. This is at the owner’s expense.

5. MHS is not responsible for damage or loss of property to vehicles on campus.

6. Always lock your vehicle and put away all valuables out of sight.

Parking suspensions

? Tardies- 1st period or late arrival tardies count all semester

? Parking tardies and absences accumulate all semester – Do NOT start over at six weeks.

? Vehicles can be booted and towed for violations. A $20 fee will be applied to remove a boot.

5 Day Suspension                                                                                         10 Day Suspension

5 1st period tardies                                                                                         10 1st period tardies

5 late arrival tardies                                                                                         10 late arrival tardies

3 unexcused absences 1st periods                                                   6 unexcused absences 1st periods

3 late arrival unexcused absences                                                    6 late arrival unexcused absences

Failure to attend an After School Detention (ASD)                          Failure to attend a Saturday School (SAT)

Any 1st offense parking violation on campus                                                 Any 1st offense moving violation on campus

Unregistered vehicle                                                                                          2nd truancy

                                                                                                                               2nd offense or combination of 5 day suspensions

Permanent Suspension of Parking

Parking fees are not refunded when parking privileges are revoked.

15 1st period tardies

15 late arrival tardies

9 unexcused absences 1st periods

9 late arrival absences

Attempt to damage or remove a boot on a vehicle

Second assignment to DAEP

Parking on campus while serving a parking suspension

Selling, giving away, or lending of your parking tag to another student

3rd offense or combination of parking suspensions

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Montgomery Independent School District, with an unyielding commitment to excellence, will provide a premier academic program that recognizes the unique potential of each student and integrates the intellectual, social, cultural and physical aspects of learning.  This program will empower each student to become an eager lifelong learner committed to academic excellence, integrity, responsible citizenship and service to others.