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Start Smart - CHP

The California Highway Patrol 's START Smart teen driving safety course also meets the parking permit requirement, with proof of participation from the CHP.  Contact by phone at 949-487-4000 or visit the CHP website for more information:  Start smart driving smart to stay safe

Attending the safe driving presentation does NOT guarantee receiving a parking permit.

2018-19 Parking Permit Application

Parking Permits

Parking Permit Regulations

San Clemente High School Parking Permit Regulations 2018 - 2019


  • Parking Permits are issued for single use only – One family-owned vehicle per student.
  • Parking permits are nontransferable to another student’s or friend’s vehicle for any reason.
  • Students who need to drive a different vehicle (family vehicles only) for a short period of time must provide a copy of the vehicle’s registration and driver’s license before a temporary parking permit can be issued. 
  • New Vehicle - $10.00 fee for a new parking sticker, if original permit is returned, or pay the full fee without it.
  • Tickets:  All parking regulations and citations set forth in the California Vehicle Code, Section 21113A, Division 11 shall be enforced by the Orange County Sheriff’s Department.   

San Clemente High School is not responsible for citations issued by the Orange County Sheriff’s Department.  Also, SCHS is not responsibility for any vandalism or theft of any vehicle or its contents.  Please report any theft or vandalism to the Sheriff’s Department at (949) 770-6011.

CUSD Board Policy 3513.2(a) and California Vehicle Code 21113 stipulates the following traffic/parking regulations:

  1. All student vehicles must display an original SCHS parking permit affixed on the front winsheild (bottom-left-side).
  2. All student drivers are expected to obey all regulation and traffic signs posted throughout campus parking lots.
  3. All student drivers must operate motor vehicles at 5 MPH or less.
  4. All student vehicles must be parked within designated student parking stalls.
  5. Disabled person parking placard/permit must be visibly displayed and must be assigned to the student driver.


Orange County Sheriff’s Department monitors the SCHS parking lots on a daily basis and may ticket or tow vehicles for any violation of the above regulations. 

  • Students are not allowed to go to their cars or loiter in the parking lot during the school day.  Violators will be subject to school disciplinary action. 


  • The revocation or ineligibility for a parking permit is based upon the following:*
    • The accumulation of 8 or more tardies to any one class during the semester.
    • A total of five or more truancies to any one class OR combination of classes during the semester.
    • One or more ‘F’ grades on the previous semester report card.
    • Unresolved discipline consequences ( shows for detentions, etc.) at the end of the previous semester.
    • Reckless driving.
    • Placement at steps 2-5 on the Behavior Contract.
    • Parking in non-student designated parking spaces, i.e. staff/visitor parking.
    • Student drivers who are issued a parking permit are responsible for any misuse of the parking permit.  This includes but not limited to the selling, giving, trading, receipt, purchase or creation of a SCHS parking permit.


*Additional disciplinary action up to and including suspension may be incurred for any of the listed bulleted items.


  • No refunds are provided for revoked parking permits.  
  • SCHS/CUSD is not liable for theft, loss or damage that may occur to the vehicle while parked on school grounds
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