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Randolph County Schools Driver Education
 

The Randolph County School System offers Driver Education to all eligible public, private, and home schooled students who attend school in Randolph County for a fee of $65, payable during the classwork phase.  North Carolina Allotment Policy states that a student must be enrolled in a public or private school that is located within the boundaries of the Randolph County School System.  North Carolina law states that a student must be at least fourteen and a half years old to be registered in driver education.  State law also states that the driver education student must complete thirty hours of bookwork and six hours of in-car instruction.  State law will not permit a student to obtain a learner's permit until the student has completed both book-work and in-car phases.  Randolph County Schools offers driver education year round.

To determine if you are eligible click below.  After that you can proceed to registering online.
Any questions can be directed to Lewis Southern in the Driver Education office at

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