• Parking Information

    Students must comply with all standard driving regulations and the following: 

    1. Parking on the McIntosh campus is a privilege, not a right. That privilege may be revoked for violations of the parking regulations.
    2. In order to park on the MHS campus, students must have a valid MHS parking permit attached to the lower left hand corner of their windshield. Students who violate this policy are subject to discipline, and their vehicles are subject to being towed.
    3. Parking permits must be attached with the adhesive on the sticker--no tape or cellophane may be used. Any permit that is taped or has cellophane on it may be revoked.
    4. All sales are final.
    5. Permits may not be transferred under any circumstance, including from person to person, front car-to-golf cart, or from golf cart-to-car. Violations of this regulation will result in loss of the permit for the year.
    6. If a student is expelled from MHS or withdrawn for any reason, her/his parking permit will be revoked without refund, and neither the student nor any representation of that student may sell or transfer the permit to any other person.
    7. Parking regulations are in effect 24 hours a day. Parking permits are required during the school day.
    8. For the safety of all students, a speed limit of ten (10) mph will be enforced in the car parking lot and a five (5) mph speed limit will be enforced in the golf cart parking area. Reckless driving may result in the loss of the parking permit.
    9. Students should lock their vehicles, remove all valuables and personal items, and enter the school promptly after parking. No loitering in cars, golf cats, or the parking lots is permitted.
    10. Students are not allowed to go to their vehicles during school hours without the permission of an administrator.
    11. All vehicles may be searched, if in the opinion of an administrator, reasonable suspicion exists.
    12. No person has the right to block another person's vehicle.
    13. Any student who leaves campus without permission will forfeit her/his parking permit and its privileges for 15 school days. A second offense will result in the loss of the permit for 30 school days. A third offense will result in the loss of the permit for the remainder of the school year, and there will be no refund.

    14.Permits will be sold only to eligible, licensed students.
    15. Students may not park anywhere on campus other than in a designated parking area. Parking in on a first come, first served basis; there are no reserved spaces.
    16. Cars/golf carts parked in unauthorized areas or without parking permits are subject to being towed at the owners’ expense.
    17. Students may not display on their vehicles signs, flags, stickers, etc. which are inflammatory or degrading to a particular race, creed, or culture, suggest profanity, or advertise tobacco, drugs or alcohol.
    18. Golf carts must be moved from the golf cart parking lot adjacent to the stadium within 30 minutes of the end of the school day.

    Parking Permits:

    • Parking Permits will be sold on a first come first served basis.
    • Priority will be given to seniors and juniors followed by sophomores and freshmen.


    Seniors and juniors may purchase both a golf cart ($40) and car permit ($60).

    • In order to be eligible, students must not have any outstanding obligations
    • Students must present a valid Georgia's Driver’s License
    • Students must complete a registration form.


    Sophomores and freshmen may only purchase a golf cart ($40) permit.

    • In order to be eligible, students must not have any outstanding obligations
    • Students must present a valid Georgia's Learners Permit
    • Students must complete a registration form.  

    A student must purchase and display a current parking permit on the lower left front windshield of the vehicle in order to park a car or golf cart on campus. 

    Please use the following links and listed schedule in order to reserve a permit for the 2020-20201 school year.  Failure to follow the schedule may result in your reservation being invalidated.

    Additional permits will be sold shortly after the school year begins.  Students will be notified by school announcement and through the Chiefs Connections. 

    May 18: Rising seniors and students enrolled in Dual Enrollment/COI for 2020-2021 may begin reserving a permit

    June 1: Rising juniors may begin to reserve a permit

    June 15: Rising sophomores may begin to reserve a golf cart permit

    July 6: Rising freshmen may begin to reserve a golf cart permit

     

    The links below will open on May 18.  Students must log into their FCBOE account in order to access the parking reservation forms.  

    Automobile Parking Permit Reservation (ONLY rising 11th and rising 12th grade students-Please follow the schedule listed above)

    Golf Cart Parking Permit Reservation (ALL students--Please follow the schedule listed above)