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Kennesaw Mountain High School HS

Nathan Stark, Principal

Kelly Ingle, Magnet Coordinator | Philip Matthews, AP/AD | Darlene Mitchell, AP
Brandon Morris, AP | William Richardson, AP

1898 Kennesaw Due West Road
Kennesaw, GA 30152
PHONE (678) 594-8190
FAX (678) 594-8192

Student Parking Information

Parking for Second Semester 2019-2020

Parking Decal Sales & Pick Up:

  1. All prior tickets and library media fines must be paid in full before receiving a new semester decal.
  2. Go to mypaymentsplus.com to purchase. Print your receipt and bring it with you to pick up your decal.

PLEASE NOTE THAT A COPY OF CURRENT INSURANCE AND DRIVERS LICENSE MUST ACCOMPANY THE PARKING APPLICATION. Required 3-page Parking Application (parental permission signature is required on two of these forms). You must have everything completed in full in order to pick up your decal:

Parking Application
Cobb Parking Rules and Regulations
Truancy Form

Other Information:

Parking Guidelines
Parking Procedures
One Day Parking


Certificate of School Enrollment

The DMV has waived the Certificate of school enrollment. Please check https://dds.georgia.gov/teen-drivers-and-covid-19 for more information.

Getting a Learner's Permit or Driver's License this summer?

As you know the Governor has signed the law, effective January 1, 2007, requiring all 16 year olds to have driver's ed prior to a license at 16. As a reminder, please communicate to your communities that we provide this training in conjunction with Marietta City Schools. The Cobb County School District has a significant funding requirement in this program, so please enthusiastically utilize this opportunity. Registration is now under way for summer.

If you need clarification or further information, please contact Cindi Parris, Supervisor, Marietta Community School, at 770-429-3170, Ext. 3303; 770-429-3178 (fax); or CParris@marietta-city.k12.ga.us

Marietta/Cobb Drivers' Education Program:

Marietta/Cobb Drivers Education is a joint program of the Cobb County School system and the Marietta City School system. MCDE offers classes for teens ages 15-18 in preparation for the Class D Driver License. The program consists of 30-hours of classroom instruction and 6-hours of driving instruction and meets the Joshua’s Law requirements and qualifies for the 10% Teen Drivers Education Insurance discount. For more information, visit us at www.mariettacommunityschool.com/drive_ed/.