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Vehicle Registration

Student Parking for 2019-2020 school year


Student Driver and Vehicle Registration will be opened to Senior students on Wednesday July 31st at 9 am. Junior students may register beginning August 7th at 9 am. Sophomores and Freshman drivers may register beginning August 12th at 9 am.


Students will need the following information to complete their registration: Last Name, First Name, Grade, Driver's License Number, Make and Model of Vehicle, Year, Color, License Plate #, and Auto Insurance Info (name of carrier, policy number, names(s) of individual(s) insured, etc.). If there will be a 2nd vehicle used by the student on a regular basis, the above vehicle information will be needed for that car as well. Use the link below to register the student driver and vehicle. 

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Registrations completed by August 13th will be issued spots and tags at Final Registration (August 14th). All other registrations will receive tags and assignments in the first few days of school. All student drivers will be expected to park in assigned location with properly displayed tags by Thursday August 22nd.


Students who register their vehicles will have first rights to their assigned parking spot during the day. Violations should be reported by students to the front office with an accompanying photo of the violating vehicle license plate. CLHS administration will follow up on reported violations, but will not be actively monitoring parking assignments during student arrival. After-school guests and visitors will be allowed to park in student spots once school has been released. Students will not be permitted to park in Faculty/Staff or Visitor parking areas, which includes the parking areas near the gym and on the old tennis courts. Students who have not registered their vehicle with Concordia, or are temporarily unable to park in their assigned location, may park in the unassigned spots along the soccer field on South Campus without penalty until their vehicle is registered or their parking spot is made available. Repeated violations of the student parking policy will result in fines and detentions, and may result in removal of parking privileges and/or towing of vehicle at owner’s expense. 


If you have any questions please contact Mr. Andrew Schultz, one of our Assistant Principals, at