Student Parking Permit
The undersigned student and parent(s)/guardian(s) acknowledge that Cardinal O’Hara High School will permit you to operate and park the motor vehicle described below on school property. The undersigned parent(s)/guardian(s) hereby verify that the above-named student has a valid driver’s license, that the student has permission to utilize this motor vehicle as transportation to and from school, and that this motor vehicle is properly insured. The undersigned student and parent(s)/guardian(s) further understand that this vehicle must be registered with the high school and must display a valid parking permit.

Below are the Archdiocese of Philadelphia policies for school search and seizure. These set forth the current policies for operating vehicles on school property and the circumstances when a representative of the school may search the vehicle. The undersigned student and parent(s)/guardian(s) hereby verify that they have read and understand the contents of the search and seizure policy, and by signing this waiver form, hereby acknowledge that when the below vehicle is on school property, the undersigned student and parent(s)/guardian(s) have no expectation of privacy in that vehicle and that consent to a search of that vehicle by a representative of the school at any time, without prior notice, and without a search warrant with reasonable suspicion for the purpose of determining whether the vehicle is being improperly used for the storage of contraband, a substance or an object, the possession of which is illegal, or any material which poses a hazard to the safety and good order of the school.

Universal Search Policy
To protect the safety and welfare of students and school personnel, school authorities may question and search a student, his/her personal effects, lockers and vehicles used by the student and may seize any illegal, unauthorized, or contraband materials discovered in the search.

Searches conducted by school authorities may include, but are not limited to, utilization of certified drug detection dogs or any devices used to protect the health, safety and welfare of the school population. A student’s refusal to permit such searches and seizures as provided in this policy will be considered grounds for disciplinary action.

Parking and operating a vehicle on school property is a privilege. If the student abuses the rules or operates a vehicle in a careless manner, endangers others or causes damage to property, the parking permit will be revoked or privileges will be suspended for a period of time as determined by the Assistant Principal for Student Services.

Student Last Name *
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Student First Name *
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O'Hara Student Number *
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Drivers License Number *
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Parent/Guardian Name *
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Year of Vehicle *
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Make & Model of Vehicle *
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Color of Vehicle *
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License Plate Number *
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Insurance Company *
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Insurance Policy Number *
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Name of Registered Owner *
If this is your parent or guardian, please list his/her name.
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I have read the above and understand that driving is a privilege and not a right. *
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