Senior Parking Spots

When our kids were seniors in high school they parked in a dirt lot full of rocks that constantly threatened to puncture their tires. But none of them cared. The privilege of being able to drive to school, even if it meant hauling younger siblings, was the right of every senior and one they treasured.

Seniors all over the county have taken this privilege to new, decorating, heights. In parking lots in high schools everywhere seniors have staked their claim with a flash of color and a ton of personality. Personalizing senior parking spots is a trend we LOVE.

The senior class of ’17 has staked its claim and from a drone (!) it looks amazing.

Here is how it is done.

Each Student has brought their own personality.

As well as their own sense of humor.

And sense of color.

Who they support.

Some tell us something about class pride.

And what matters to them most.



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About Grown and Flown

Mary Dell Harrington and Lisa (Endlich) Heffernan are the co-founders of Grown and Flown the #1 site for parents of teens, college students and young adults, reaching millions of parents every month. They are writers (Lisa is a New York Times bestselling author), moms, wives and friends. They started the Grown and Flown Parents Facebook Group and are co-authors of Grown and Flown: How to Support Your Teen, Stay Close as a Family, and Raise Independent Adults (Flatiron Books) now in paperback.

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