Drivers Education

Overview

 

 

Page is current as of July 23, 2021

Last updated July 23, 2021

 

 

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Classroom TEST RETAKES will be offered in the FALL.

 

On average it takes three to four months to complete driver education. This includes the classroom and driving sessions. This is if the student has no extracurricular activities.

 

Driver Education Classroom

 

*Please note that if you register for a class and are offered a seat in the class and you decide not to take the class or are a no show you will be dropped from the class and will not be given a seat until six months later. This also applies if you are dismissed from the class for any reason. We cannot work around extracurricular activities. We are an extracurricular activity. If in doubt DO NOT SIGN UP. We have many students wanting a seat in the driver education classes. This means you took a seat that could have gone to another student. If you have been given two previous seats you are ineligible to take driver education.*

 

If you are a graduating senior and have not completed the classroom part of driver education six months prior to your last day in school you will not be able to complete the driving portion of driver education.


If you are a home school or private school student, click here to find out if you are eligible to take driver education in Randolph County.

 

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You must be 14½ years old on the day the class begins to be eligible for the class.

 

 

 

Please view this Video before registering.

 

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July 28, 2021 class is FULL.

 

Our next Driver Education classes will be scheduled for September 2021 once school begins. We plan to have in person classes at the high schools. Driver education classes usually begins about 15 minutes after the end of the school day. The class meets for 2 hours each day and go for 16 days. Registration for the September classes will be posted here sometime toward the last of August 2021. Check back frequently for updates.

 

If you wish to be notified when the September 2021 Registration links become available CLICK HERE to leave your email address.

 

Behind-the-Wheel Sessions

 

Once a student has completed ALL of the classroom requirements and paid the driver education fee a driver education instructor will contact the student to schedule the student to drive. Students are placed in the scheduling book by the school they attend. The book is organized by when the class ended then oldest to youngest that was in that class. (EX. May 3, 2021 Class oldest to youngest then June 7, 2021 Class under May 3, 2021 Class oldest to youngest.) Students will be called with one of the phone numbers we have on file when the student registered for the class. If no answer, the instructor will leave a message. If we are unable to reach the student we will keep the student in the scheduling book and try to schedule the student at a later date. It can take up to eight weeks before a student will know when they will drive.

 

FAQ

 

Why has my child not been scheduled to drive? He or she has taken the classroom portion already.

 

The student usually hasn't paid the $65 driver education fee to the high school in a timely manner (while the class was being taught).

The student hasn't passed all the necessary tests for the class.

The student hasn't completed the DMV time requirement for the class (30 hours).

The student hasn't come to the DMV eye check that was scheduled for that class.

 

If you have paid the driver education fee after the classroom is over please email me a copy of the receipt so that I can update my records, otherwise the record my continue to show that the fee needs to be paid.

cleglue@randolph.k12.nc.us

 

The student will need to show the driver education car instructor a copy of their birth certificate before a completed driver education certificate will be issued.

 

Guidelines for Behind-the-Wheel Training

 

Face mask are optional to wear in the car.

 

 

Only two students are allowed in the driver education car at a time.

Parents/guardians must be reachable anytime during the student’s driving session.

The student must be picked up immediately after the driving session is over. If the student cannot arrange an immediate pick up we cannot drive the student.

 

Craig LeGlue

Driver Education Coordinator
Randolph County Schools

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Please read instructions carefully below to find out what path you should follow.

The state requirements for driver education are 30 hours of book work and 6 hours of driving experience.  The driving portion will be scheduled after all requirements of the book work have been met.

If you are a home school or private school student, click here to find out if you are eligible to take driver education in Randolph County.

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