Start Smart // Student Parking Permit

** REGISTRATION IS OPEN TO ALL STUDENTS NOW ** 

Start Smart Class

Seating is limited. Registration is required.

Participation is mandatory in order to receive a student parking permit for the 2022-2023 school year. As of 8/4/22, you may not receive a parking permit unless you've attended a Start Smart class here or at another site.
Attendance is taken and verified, and our Finance Office is provided a list of that attendance.
You'll receive a certificate at the end as a receipt of completion, but we do not rely on this to verify that you attended.

See Flier(s) for details.

RSVP Link to Register:
September 22, 2022
**You MUST be logged into the SMUSD student email to RSVP**


Start Smart Program - San Diego County Sheriff's Department

Mission Hills High School Parking Regulations

  1. Must have completed the Smart Start program. 
  2. All student vehicles parked on campus must have the current MHHS permit adhered to the inside of the front window.
  3. All vehicles without stickers are subject to towing at the owner's expense.
  4. All vehicles are an extension of the student and all contents in the vehicle are the responsibility of the driver. The vehicle cannot contain any illegal substance (dangerous objects, drugs, alcohol, tobacco or any other object deemed inappropriate for school).    
  5. Parking is limited to the designated student parking area.
  6. MHHS assumes no responsibility for any damages that may occur while student vehicles are parked on campus.
  7. Speed limit is 5 MPH, which is strictly enforced.  Any form of reckless driving will result in disciplinary action.
  8. Parking privileges can be revoked at any time by the administration.
  9. All students are required to show current proof of driver’s license, insurance and registration.
  10. Students are prohibited from loitering in the student parking lot during school hours.
  11. Vehicles may not be used as lockers.
  12. Vehicles are subject to search by site administration and law enforcement at any time. Parking lots are a part of routine search by canine detection. 
  13. A parking permit does not guarantee a space.
  14. Loss of permit will result in a mandatory 30 day waiting period before a new permit will be issued with a $15.00 fee.  Second loss of permit will result in loss of parking privileges for the remainder of the school year.
  15. Students are prohibited from sharing or loaning their permit to other students. Violations will result in disciplinary action.
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