Drivers Education



Page updated July 13, 2020

There is new information today is July 13, 2020


We have not been given instructions from the Department of Public Instruction concerning the details of starting behind-the-wheel instruction. When we hear instructions the information will be posted here.



Randolph County Driver Education was notified Monday, June 22 that House Bill 158 has been passed by the NC legislature giving rules about opening up driver education.  We are now waiting for guidance from the Department of Public Instruction as to when with the Behind the Wheel classes can resume.  When we receive the instructions that information will be posted here.

The next Virtual class will begin on July 27, 2020. Registration will open on this page July 13, 2020 and close on Thursday morning July 16, 2020. The oldest student will be given priority. You will be able to register if you are 15 years old on or before December 31, 2020. We had over 400 students register for the last Virtual class.

The class will run July 27, 2020 through August 7, 2020. There will be two classes with 50 seats in each class.  There will be an 8:00-11:00 and 12:00-3:00.  Please note that the class will meet Saturday August 1, 2020. Please do not register if you cannot attend all sessions.

  1. The class will meet on the following dates. You must attend all classes
  1. Monday July 27, 2020
  2. Tuesday July 28, 2020
  3. Wednesday July 29, 2020
  4. Thursday July 30, 2020
  5. Friday July 31, 2020 Eye Check Exam at the Randolph County Bus Garage
  6. Saturday August 1, 2020
  7. Monday August 3, 2020
  8. Tuesday August 4, 2020
  9. Wednesday August 5, 2020
  10. Thursday August 6, 2020
  11. Friday August 7, 2020


On the registration form people are using incorrect email addresses as well as spelling errors.  Please read the instructions. 

Click here to register for the July 27, 2020 Virtual/Online classes.


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.

If you attend a public county school or Uwharrie Charter High School and want to find out about the February class and registration, click here to go to a list of high schools.