Electric Bikes, Electric Scooters & Electric Skateboards

All students that travel to and from school on an E-bike, E-scooter, or E-skateboard must have a parking sticker displayed at all times on their vehicle. Black stickers were issued during Spring ’23 and purple stickers are being issued for the 23-24 school year. All parking stickers are valid for a student’s entire high school career. At this time, all district and school in-person E-vehicle Safety Meetings have concluded. If a student still needs to obtain a parking sticker, please email Mr. Coney at jamesconey@iusd.org. Mr. Coney will enroll the student in the Online Canvas E-vehicle Safety Course. Once the online course is completed, there will be instructions on how to obtain the parking sticker from our Campus Control Assistants Office located in the center of campus. All district and school in-person E-vehicle Safety Meetings for the 24-25 school year will be posted on this page by July 2024.


Required E-Vehicle Online Registration

This online registration is required to be complete by all students who have done the following:

  • Attended an E-vehicle Safety Meeting, or completed the Online Canvas Course
  • Submitted an E-vehicle Registration Form
  • Obtained an E-vehicle sticker (black: Spring 2023 / purple: 23-24 School Year)


PHS E-Bike, E-Scooter & E-Skateboard Policy:

PHS students are allowed to park and lock their PHS REGISTERED E-bike, E-scooter and/or E-skateboard in one of the approved bike rack areas on campus.

All E-bikes, E-scooters and E-skateboards must have a registration sticker and be parked in an authorized location on campus.

To obtain a registration sticker, a student must have a completed registration form that is signed by a parent or guardian and attend one of the safety meetings.

Students who do not adhere to this policy will be subject to Portola High School’s progressive discipline policy. Possible consequences include but are not limited to: warning, detention, Saturday School, and/or suspension.



If you have any questions, please contact the Campus Control Assistant Office: (949) 936-8217.




Thank you for working with Portola High School and the Irvine Police Department in order to help everyone travel safely to and from school.