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Randolph County Driver Education Overview
Randolph County Driver Education Instructors
Randolph County Driver Education Instructors
 

This is the first of 4 pages of information about driver education.  Please read instructions carefully below to find out what path you should follow.  Registration for the book work class will be on the last page. 

OVERVIEW

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.

There will be 2 driver education book work classes at ERHS, PGHS, SWRHS, THS, and WHS for the summer. Registration for those classes will open on May 15.

If you are a rising 9th grader with a birth date in January or February 2003 and you are involved in after school activities in the fall you will not be able to take the September class for which you will be eligible.  It is suggested that you take the July book work class and then after the fall activities are over you can be scheduled to do the driving.

Students at RECHS and UCA who wish to take one of the summer classes should register at a high school near where they live.

 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 click HERE to go to the registration page of the high school you will attend to obtain information about classes offered during the summer.

 

 

 

 

 
 
Any questions can be directed to Lewis Southern in the Driver Education office at

 

 

 


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