Parking at one Alabama High School is a work of art

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JEFFERSON CO., Ala. (AL.com) — Clay-Chalkville High School, which is part of the Jefferson County school system, started back to school Thursday. Hundreds of students flooded through the doors, and nearly as many to the parking lot.

For the first time, upperclassmen who bought their parking spaces were allowed to paint their space. Yes, paint it— however they wanted (with permission from the staff). There are monograms, Disney movie references, and even a Captain America symbol painted along the 80 spots.

One thing is for sure— these spots are more like artwork than parking spaces.

See more photos of student's artistic parking spaces at AL.com.
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