Hanover High School does not offer drivers education through the school, however, there are several options in the area. We understand that new drivers are often excited to drive to school, but parking at Hanover High School is limited and parking spaces are assigned via an application process.
Students applying for a parking permit must have a valid license by the date of issue. All designated student spaces will be distributed in the following order of priority:
- Hardship Students
- Seniors (by lottery if spaces available)
Hardship parking is defined as a situation that is out of the control of the student. This burden would require a student to drive their vehicle to school in order to attend their classes on a daily basis. The following circumstances DO NOT apply for Hardship:
- Extracurricular activities (before or after school)
- Students that have access to bus routes
Hardship applicants should come with a letter from their family, signed by themselves and their guardians, stating their hardship. Acceptance of Hardship situations is at the discretion of the Dean of Students.