If I had to guess it would be Elm Grove Elementary and Bridgestreet Middle School. I believe they let you choose between Triadelphia or Bridgestreet though. Let me know if I can be of any help on your home search.
Harvey Goodman Realtor
First, it was very helpful to post a Google street view of the situation. Thanks.
Unfortunately, I don't have any excessively creative ideas. The obvious one is to widen your driveway at the top--in the direction of the tree. Make it at least wide enough for a second car to fit in that space. That way, a second car could park there without blocking access to the garage.
I wouldn't like the solution that one your neighbors across the street did--running the parking in a "U" shape parallel to the street. That'd chew up your entire from yard. and you've said (though it isn't clear from the photo) that it's really too steep anyway.
As for guests, at least you'd be creating an additional space and providing some maneuvering room so that if one guest knew he/she had to leave early, they could park in the small added space. You'd still be putting your car in the garage and have space on the driveway for a few additional cars. And for really big get-togethers, you might ask one of your neighbors (such as the one across the street) if one or more of your guests could park there.
Erica, if you have debts like school loans that are truly deferred for the next 12 months, then get copies or proof the loans are deferred for 12 more months and those payments don't have to be calculated in debt-to-income ratios. Also, it is correct that FHA/VA typically will not use income that your husband gets for going to school unless it's more than 3 years to continue but even then, scooling income is usually ineligible.