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Fall-Spring Information and Dates

Students must attend the 30 hours of the classroom phase, complete the 6 hours of behind-the-wheel phase and be 15 years of age before they can apply for a Learners Permit.

Fall Semester 2016 Fall Session 1 Fall Session 2
Registration
August 29 – September 12, 2016
Will begin on September 26 or 27, 2016
Will end on October 31 or November 1, 2016
Deadline is September 12, 2016
Will begin on November 7 or 9, 2016
Will end on December 14 or 15, 2016
Deadline is October 3, 2016
Spring Semester 2017 Spring Session 1 Spring Session 2
Registration
December 1, 2016 – January 11, 2017
Will begin on February 6 or 7
Will end on March 14, 2017
Deadline is January 11, 2017
Will begin on March 27 or 28, 2017
Will end on May 8 or 9, 2017
Deadline is February 28, 2017

The classroom phase of the Driver Ed course will be conducted three days per week, immediately after school is dismissed as follows:

School Days Time   School Days Time
Jack Britt High TU/W/TH 3:40-5:40 Terry Sanford High TU/W/TH 3:40-5:40
Douglas Byrd High M/TU/W 3:40-5:40 Seventy-First High M/TU/W 3:40-5:40
Cape Fear High TU/W/TH 3:40-5:40 E. E. Smith High M/TU/W 3:40-5:40
Gray’s Creek High TU/W/TH 3:40-5:40 South View High TU/W/TH 3:40-5:40
Massey Hill Classical M/TU/W 2:50-4:50 Westover High M/TU/W 3:40-5:40
Pine Forest High TU/W/TH 3:40-5:40

If there is sufficient enrollment driver education classes are conducted once per semester at Reid Ross Classical High School.

Driver Education class is held once a year at Cross Creek Early College High School, Cumberland International Early College if there is sufficient enrollment.  This class is normally held during the Spring Semester.

Important:   When choosing a session consider all the activities (sports practice and games, band, ROTC, etc.) that you might be involved with.  Check the days, times and the dates that Driver Education will be offered at the school you attend.   Remember students are expected to attend all class sessions.  You are not allowed to come in late or leave early.  There are no excused or unexcused absences in Driver Education.  You must attend all 30 hours of the classroom phase, it is State Law.

Upon completion of the 30 hours classroom requirement, students will then be scheduled to complete their 6 hours of behind-the-wheel instruction on school day afternoons and/or on Saturday.   No absences are allowed for the behind-the-wheel phase.

Transportation for both phases must be provided by the parent.

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Published by Linda Fay Davis on January 18, 2017
        
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