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St. Andrew’s Episcopal Academy Driving Policy All student drivers who wish to drive to school must follow the “Student Driving Policy”, turn in proper documentation, and receive a parking sticker before driving to school. All student drivers who are allowed to drive to school must keep in mind that this is a privilege, not a right. A student who is in violation of the driving policy may lose his/her parking privileges and have his/her vehicle towed at the school’s expense. Students will only park in the designated areas sectioned off for students and understand that faculty and staff have first priority for on site parking.

Registration of Vehicles       

Only students in 10th, 11th, and 12th with an active drivers license are permitted to drive and park on campus. All student drivers must complete a registration form which is available at the school reception desk or on the schools website. Student must provide a copy of a valid driver’s license, registration, and insurance card. Students must turn in parental consent form to school’s receptionist before being issued a parking sticker. Upon completion of registration process a parking sticker will be issued o The sticker must remain on the rear window on driver’s side until the completion of school year. When there are no available parking spots on campus, students and staff must park in allocated parking in city garage on the corner of Boston Ave. and Depot Dr. All students will be required to pay annual fee to SAEA for parking sticker.

Students may lose their privileges if they:         

Receive a 2.0 or lower in a marking period. Parks in areas not designated for students. Drive in a dangerous or reckless manner. Are truant, receive (5) unexcused tardies to school in a semester. o If a student reaches (10) unexcused tardies his/her privileges will be revoked for the remainder of the year. Receive (5) unexcused absences in a single semester. Receive multiple referrals for disciplinary actions. Leave school grounds during the day without authorized permission Transport another student without proper authorization. Return to vehicles at any time during the school day without administrative permission.

All State Vehicle and Traffic Laws must be obeyed at all times 

Violations of any law may result in Law Enforcement action or school sanctions.

Respect school posted speed limits.

SAEA administration retains the authority to conduct routine patrols of the student parking lot and to inspect student automobiles on school property.  

The interiors of student vehicles may be inspected whenever a school authority has “reasonable suspicion” to believe that illegal or unauthorized materials are contained inside. Such patrols and inspections may be conducted without notice, without a student’s consent, and without a search warrant.


Driving policy  
Driving policy