Students who drive to school must obey all laws governing the operation of motor vehicles in the State of Ohio, as well as the regulations of Zanesville High School.
Students and their parents or guardians are liable for property damage or personal injury which may result from the operation of a motor vehicle. It is the responsibility of the owner of the vehicle to have adequate insurance. If a vehicle is not insured, it may not be driven on ZHS property.
Teachers and administrators have assigned parking spaces, and those spaces are not to be used by students even if found vacant after the school day begins.
- Student parking is restricted to the upper (B) and lower (A) parking lots in front of the building, and the parking lots north of the high school, with no parking in the entrances or exits from parking areas or driveways, or along the side grass island.
- Students are not to loiter in the parking lot areas, whether inside or outside of vehicles.
- No student is to park his or her car in the church or synagogue lots east of the school.
- Students are REQUIRED to register their vehicles with the high school principal's office. Each student will receive a parking tag to be displayed by hanging it from the rear-view mirror when the vehicle is parked. All vehicles driven to school will require proof of insurance at the time of registration.
- Reckless operation of a vehicle on school property may result in disciplinary action up to and including the loss of driving privileges to school.