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Old 08-23-2012, 08:51 PM   #1
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What is that your highschool? When I was in highschool we had to fight the juniors for our spot!
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Re: Senior parking spot

You guys have spots? We just have a big open parking lot that is first come first serve every day. I usually get front row though.
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What is that your highschool? When I was in highschool we had to fight the juniors for our spot!
Seven Lakes. katy, Texas. Juniors have general parking and seniors can pay extra for assigned spots
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Your school must be really small for you to have your own personal parking.
Like how he said you have to fight for parking at my old school.
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Your school must be really small for you to have your own personal parking.
Like how he said you have to fight for parking at my old school.
I mean if you count 4000 students small than yes haha, we are the 2nd biggest in Texas. We have big *** parking lots and the juniors fight each other for spots in general parking(any spot without a number). People literally camp out on campus the night before spots go on sale so people can get the spot that want(luckily for me my mom's job requires her to do the parking at my school, so I didn't have to wait in line). They set out a certain number of assigned and a certain number of general. Only juniors can buy general and seniors are allowed to buy either. Underclassmen get ticketed/booted a lot. Life at 7L haha
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My school had 4500 students with a little over 1500 seniors. Parking lot was horrible. Most of the time when I couldn't find parking I'd just make my own haha.
I wish they woulda had assigned parking at my school that woulda been sick
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My school had 2100 students, about 500 seniors, and the seniors had their own parking lot. it was awesome.
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Mine was around 600 and seniors had their own lot as well
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Just curious how much do you have to pay to park?? I just filled in all my stuff and for seniors+juniors its $150 for a pass, there are no assigned spaces and they over sell every year -_-
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Just curious how much do you have to pay to park?? I just filled in all my stuff and for seniors+juniors its $150 for a pass, there are no assigned spaces and they over sell every year -_-
40 for general and 85 for assigned, and same here... They over sell general but not assigned cus there are a certain amount of numbered spots. But general is a ***** haha
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My school has 1700 kids there is a junior parking lot and a senior parking lot. Each one is big enough to hold everyone, yet this is the first year they are doing assigned spots and I don't know why. I don't care how much I walk, but I liked parking with my friends.
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My school had 2100 students, about 500 seniors, and the seniors had their own parking lot. it was awesome.
Parking fee was $10. They stopped selling parking passes for the senior lot when they reached maximum capacity. Seniors who didn't get a senior lot spot could buy a junior lot pass for only $5 and go that route. They never oversold passes.

And even further.. Athletes had their own parking lot in the back of the school by Track and Field. So if you were a senior athlete for $10 you could park in two different parking lots and always had space.
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Parking fee was $10. They stopped selling parking passes for the senior lot when they reached maximum capacity. Seniors who didn't get a senior lot spot could buy a junior lot pass for only $5 and go that route. They never oversold passes.

And even further.. Athletes had their own parking lot in the back of the school by Track and Field. So if you were a senior athlete for $10 you could park in two different parking lots and always had space.
That's nice. My high school was strict you couldn't park in a lot of places.
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Jeez my school was about double that.
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Weve got a little over 950 in my school lol
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Holy crap, we had 110 in my senior class last year! You guys got some big *** schools! I literally knew everybody in my class
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Holy crap, we had 110 in my senior class last year! You guys got some big *** schools! I literally knew everybody in my class
Mine was misleading lol. 600 in the entire school lol. My class was 130 something
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Holy crap, we had 110 in my senior class last year! You guys got some big *** schools! I literally knew everybody in my class
590 was graduating senior with me. I knew most every one of them. Haha
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Yea, everybody in our school knew everyone! Its kinda cool
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Weve got a little over 950 in my school lol
I got about 80 some in my junior class. My school is tiny
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I got about 80 some in my junior class. My school is tiny
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Re: Senior parking spot

Our school sells only general passes but no one actually buys them cause the school doesn't enforce anything... All of last year and this year I never got one and nothing has ever happened.... Are your guys' High School's indoor or outdoor?
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Our school sells only general passes but no one actually buys them cause the school doesn't enforce anything... All of last year and this year I never got one and nothing has ever happened.... Are your guys' High School's indoor or outdoor?
Indoor, my highschool is over 1/4 mile long O.O
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Indoor, my highschool is over 1/4 mile long O.O
How many high schools are in your area?
We have like 10 and they are all ridiculously broke because of the stupid government cutting the school budget while they get pay raises, and its an outdoor cause im in central Cali.
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How many high schools are in your area?
We have like 10 and they are all ridiculously broke because of the stupid government cutting the school budget while they get pay raises, and its an outdoor cause im in central Cali.
There are 3 high schools within 15 miles of mine. All as big as mine.
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