Alive at 25 and Student Parking

Alive @ 25 

Per the Fort Mill School District Policy, prior to parking on campuses, all students must complete an Alive @25 Defensive Driving course. Alive @25 focuses on behaviors and decision-making young drivers are faced with behind the wheel. The course is instructed by law enforcement officers and first responders, and curriculum includes activities, videos, case studies, personal stories from instructors, and problem solving that allows participants to form their own conclusions regarding their behavior.

CRHS offers classes during the summer and the first part of the school year, however, students may take Alive @ 25 at any location where the course is offered.   

Alive @25 Courses through the Southeastern Chapter National Safety Council 

Student Cars and Parking-“Do Right”

Driving to school is a privilege, and this privilege may be revoked for violation of any school rule. All students are expected to respect and obey all regulations associated with parking and driving on campus. 

Please refer to the Student/Parent Handbook for more information about parking on campus.

Student Parking Stickers and Student Assigned Parking

Parking stickers may be obtained from the Front Office. Parking stickers are $50 for the year and must be purchased by any student driving to Catawba Ridge High School. These stickers must be placed on the inside lower left of the windshield. Student cars will be periodically checked for stickers during the school year.

CRHS Parking Agreement:  2020-21 CRHS Parking Agreement


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