Vehicles parked on school property are the jurisdiction of the school. The school reserves the right to search any vehicle if reasonable cause exists to do so, with or without the student’s presence. Furthermore, the school reserves the right to have a trained canine unit on campus to perform periodic external searches. Students have the full responsibility for the security of their vehicles and will make certain they are locked. The school will not be responsible for any loss or damage to vehicles at any time. Students are also aware that any such findings will prompt the Pharr Oratory of St. Philip Neri School System administration to contact the proper authorities immediately. A student driver is to report to school on time and will not be excused from class if a problem with personal transportation arises. Bringing a vehicle to the Pharr Oratory of St. Philip Neri School System is a privilege. The Pharr Oratory Schools reserve the right to revoke or suspend this privilege, as it deems necessary.
Students who wish to acquire a parking permit need to submit their parking permit request to the Athenæum campus office. Students must be in good standing, must be a sophomore and at least sixteen years of age on or before September 1st. The following documents must also be presented:
In additon to the above requirements, the student must follow these guidelines: