Drivers Education

Drivers Education:

  • is a state supported program for all students enrolled in school whether public, private, charter, or licensed home school.
  • is a course that consists of 30 hours of classwork and 6 hours behind-the-wheel training.
  • is required for any person under the age of 18 desiring to receive a driver's license/learner's permit. Anyone who has turned 14 and 6 months old may sign up for class.
  • is not part of the school day or of school curriculum, however; considered a "part of school life."
  • is designed and dedicated to prepare our students for a lifetime skill that greatly enhances their quality of life.

Driver Education Goals & Objective

Goal:

The goal of Driver Education is to provide each student driver the psychomotor skills and mental attitudes that are essential to becoming the most competent, skillful, responsible driver possible. This serves as a base for parents to continue the instruction and supervision of their young driver in developing the necessary knowledge, skill, and attitude needed to become a safe driver. Communication with parents/guardians is an important key in accomplishing this goal.

Objectives:

  • to provide an opportunity for the student to learn current motor vehicle laws.
  • to provide an opportunity for the student to develop the proper attitude toward driving.
  • to provide an opportunity for the student to be introduced to necessary skills needed in driving.

To be Eligible for Brunswick County Schools Driver Education You Must:

  • be at least fourteen and a half years of age, but not more than seventeen years of age.
  • pay a $45 fee as required by the NC General Assembly in HB 200. Process for payment of fee will be included on all registration forms. No cash or personal checks
  • agree to abide by the Code of Student Conduct as found in the Brunswick County Schools Student Handbook.
  • parent or "parent approved" representative must attend information meeting. Further info provided on the registration form along with detailed requirements. Forms/attachments are available below.

 In compliance with Federal Law, the Brunswick Driving School administers all education programs, employment activities and admissions without discrimination against any person on the basis of sex, race, color, religion, national origin, age or disability.

 


CURRENT INFORMATION FOR EACH SCHOOL

CURRENT REGISTRATION FORMS AND CLASS ROSTERS ARE ATTACHED AT BOTTOM OF PAGE WHEN AVAILABLE.

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SUMMER CLASSES:Registration forms are available sometime in May at all high schools and middle schools.

SATURDAY CLASSES: One option per semester. Dates will be in print soon, please check back. Held at West

NBHS: Fall registration forms will be available soon. When in print they are available below or at the high school office.

SBHS: Fall registration will begin soon. When forms are in print they can be accessed below or at high school office.

WBHS: Fall registration will begin soon. When forms are available they can be printed from attachment below or high school office.

ECHS: Dates will be available soon. When forms are ready they can be printed from attachment below or from ECHS office.

BCA - BCA students may sign up for summer or Saturday classes(see above note).

BRUNSWICK DRIVING SCHOOL 910-575-5888

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FALL REGISTRATION DOES NOT BEGIN UNTIL AFTER SCHOOL STARTS.   FORMS, WHEN AVAILABLE, WILL BE AT THE HIGH SCHOOL OFFICE OR ATTACHED BELOW. MIDDLE SCHOOL STUDENTS, DUE TO TIME CONFLICTS, MAY ONLY SIGN UP FOR SATURDAY AND SUMMER CLASSES.


BRUNSWICK DRIVING SCHOOL 910-575-5888