Students with a full or part-time job should have a work permit on file.
Students who are age sixteen and under age eighteen may be receive a full-
time work permit if they meet the requirements. The following procedures
apply to obtaining a work permit:
Step 1: First the student must meet with their guidance counselor to arrange
for at least four hours of schooling a week. To be considered full-time the
student must work at least 32 hours.
Step 2: Student picks up the two-page work permit form and instruction
sheet in the guidance office. All three parts ( student applicant information,
pledge of employer, physician’s report) must be completed before a work
permit can be issued.
Step 3: The student must bring the completed forms in person to the office
of Pupil Services. The student must bring a birth certificate or a baptismal
certificate and proof of at least four hours of classes.
Step 4: The office of Pupil Services confirms the job (full-time applications
only) by calling the employer. Pupil Services also confirms with the home
school part-time classes. The student then signs the Age and Schooling
Certificate. Pupil Services copies the Age and Schooling Certificate for our
files, then gives the student the original Age and Schooling Certificate to
take to his/her employer.
Step 5: Pupil Services then notifies the student’s school that the student has
obtained a full-time work permit. At this point the student file is kept at the
school and monitored by the guidance department who will notify Pupil
Services if the student is not attending classes. The full-time work permit
will be revoked and the student must return to school full time.
Forms: Instructions For Work Permit:
Requirements and Instructions For Students Withdrawal From School On
A Full-Time Work Permit.
Application For Minor Work Permit.
Physician’s Certificate For Minor Work Permit