To be eligible for Randolph County Schools Driver Education, a student must attend a public, private, or home school that is located in Randolph County.

Christian schools:  If a student lives in Randolph County, but attends a school located in a surrounding county or in Asheboro, that student must take driver education in that system and according to their rules.  Example:  Fayetteville Street Christian School and Asheboro Hybrid Academy are both located inside the Asheboro City Schools district.  Students who attend a Christian school located in Randolph County outside the Asheboro school district and who wish to take book work classes can register online at any county school.

Home Schools:  Home school students will need to bring a copy of the official Non-Public School Registration Record to show that they are enrolled in school.  Students who reside in Randolph County outside the Asheboro school district and who wish to take book work classes can register online at any county school.

If you have any questions, please contact Lewis Southern, the Randolph County Driver Education Coordinator, at lsouthern@randolph.k12.nc.us or 336-633-5025.

Please click here to go to the school sites to see when Driver Education book work classes are being offered.