John Marshall

high school

Parking Information

With over 1600 students attending John Marshall Senior High School, our parking lot obviously cannot accommodate everyone who would like to park at school. All student and staff vehicles on campus need to display a current parking permit. 

Visitor Parking
Welcome to the JM campus.
There is parking available in the visitor lot located at the front of the school across from the flag pole. If the visitor lot is full and you park in the student lot, please let the desk attendant know when you check in at the main entrance. Each time you visit, please sign in at the main entrance so we know how to reach you if needed.
Thank You

Student Parking 

Student Parking Permits

Option 1 – Online sign-up for a year parking permit with a credit card payment, a year permit will be available Aug 1 until the end of the first quarter.

Click on the highlighted web address and chose permits then: 

If you have signed up on this site in the past please use that log-in and password. 

If you have never been on this site your log-in is the phone number that skyward calls to leave school messages and your password is the student’s date of birth ex: 091516 (no spaces between the numbers.) It must be a 6 digit number. 

Then fill out the required information (if no 2nd and 3rd car just put in NA) and remember to save. 

Once completed, see Wonda at schedule pick-up or the Gym entrance when school starts for your parking permit.  It must be displayed in your car beginning the 2nd week of school when you are at JM.

Option 2 – Complete Parking Permit form.  Please remember to include all car info and a parent/guardian signature.   You can pay for the permit with cash or a check for a year or a semester and a payment plan is an option.  You can turn in your form and payment and then receive your permit at schedule pick up or at the parking office located  in the gym entrance once school starts.  If you have a reduced schedule ex: 2 classes on campus please see Wonda for a fee adjustment.

Parking Permit and Lot Information

JM permits are only valid on campus. And must be displayed at all times.

Students are asked to park only in the student parking lot located on the east side of  the campus.  Other parking areas are off limits from 7AM to 3:15PM

Winter Parking: please park with care. Pay attention to the orange cones and line up your front or rear bumper inside the cones. DO NOT move the cones. Please remember to drive with care and be aware of icy surfaces.

Daily Parking 
Parking is available to students who have an appointment off-campus during the school day. Please:
1. Park in the student lot
2. Register your license plate number and pay $2 in the attendance office.
3. Bring a note from your parent /guardian excusing you for the appointment.

The sign up book is located in the attendance office and will look like this:

Date Name License Plate # Reason

If a student has a personal business appointment (such as medical, dental, job interview, family emergency or court appearance) and does not have a current parking permit, the student must park in the student lot. Then purchase a daily parking permit from the Attendance Office upon arrival: Please have the correct amount and license plate number.

AM/PM Commute 
Buses will drop off at 7:00 to 7:30, pick up from 2:30 to 3:15 JM students and transfer students in the horseshoe area. There will also be student/wheelchair pickup at the GYM doors from 2:30 to 3:15.
We ask that students being dropped off or picked up at these times to please use 14th street or the sidewalk at the south end of the student lot, SE side of the building. This will minimize congestion, reduce delays in your morning and afternoon commute, and help provide a safe area for our bused students and our JM students as they enter and exit the building and property.

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