• Students will be permitted to park on school property for the 2022-2023 academic school year. This privilege carries with it the responsibilities that are outlined below. The specific area for student parking is located behind the cafeteria. If you are in the lot and looking at the school, you will park on the left. Parking spaces are on a first-come, first-serve basis.

    Please plan accordingly. 2022-2023 school year parking is $100.00 for juniors and seniors. To make a payment, visit the UniPay link here.

    You must display the parking permit at all times while on school property.  Parking permits may not be given to other students under any circumstances. 

    In order to receive a parking permit, all parking registration information must be completed online and emailed to Mrs. Senecal at senecalt@suttonschools.net.  Your parking passes will be given to you the first week of the school year.

    • Student vehicle registration form completed. If at any time, a different vehicle is used, let the office know as soon as possible. 

    • A signed copy of the attached contract. The contract must be signed and dated by both the student and the parent. 

    Enclosed you will find the Rules of Conduct that have been adopted by the school committee and school administration for student parking. Please read the contract carefully. This Student Parking Contract forms a contract with the student, his/her parents(s), and the school department. By signing the contract, both students and parents agree to abide by the rules and regulations for the safety of all students and school property. Any violation of these rules will result in disciplinary action and possible revocation of the student’s parking privileges.  

    Please note Sutton Memorial High School, the Town of Sutton, and the school administrators accept no responsibility for any damage, theft, loss of property in regard to any vehicle or the contents of any vehicle parked on school property. The driver of the vehicle assumes all risks when parking on school grounds. 


    Ted McCarthy