Every year the CKHS campus makes as many parking spaces available to students as possible. However, the number of spaces is not unlimited, and students are permitted to park on school premises as a matter of privilege, not of right. All students parking in our campus lots are required to display a valid CKHS Parking Pass, and pass requests will be processed on a first-come, first-served basis throughout the school year.


Parking Pass Request Process:

  1. Obtain a valid driver’s license and appropriate insurance (must be in place before you request a parking pass)
  2. Complete our form, either in person at Maze Days (August 2023), or online  on the first day of Maze Days.
  3. Once your request for parking is approved, you will receive an email notification in your school email that will tell you to pay for your parking at the ASB cashier’s office and collect your pass.
  4. Pay the $5.00 pass fee at the ASB office and collect your pass. You pass will entitle you to parking at one of the following lots:
  • CKHS student lot (does not include “staff” or “visitor” parking areas)
  • Huey lot (between library and CKMS)
  • Jenne Wright lot (current school district bldg.)
  1. Display your parking pass by hanging it from your rearview mirror, and park in your assigned lot.


Parking Violations:

Our primary goal in managing student parking is the safety and security of everyone on campus. In service of this goal, the following actions will be considered parking violations:

  • Unregistered car / no parking pass displayed
  • Improperly parked car
  • Unsafe driving
  • Endangering people or destruction of property

Parking violations will be addressed by building security and/or administration, and possible responses include:

  • $15.00 fee (initial ticket) *
  • $30.00 fee (subsequent tickets)*
  • School discipline / Vehicle search (see below)
  • Car immobilization (boot) or towing
  • Revocation of parking pass for balance of term/year

*Tickets will be issued to vehicles and assessed under student fines. Fines can be paid at the ASB cashier’s office. Seniors will not be able to participate in commencement exercises until all parking fines are paid.

Vehicle Searches
CKSD Policy 3230: Central Kitsap High School retains the authority to conduct routine patrols of student parking lots and inspections of the exteriors and visible interiors of student automobiles on school property. The interiors of student vehicles may be searched whenever a school official has reasonable cause or grounds for suspicion that the search will turn up evidence of the student(s) violating a school rule or violating the law. Police may be called.

Central Kitsap High School is not responsible for theft or damage to cars. Students should report any such occurrences to the Main Office. With sufficient evidence, school officials may investigate or refer a specific incident to police.