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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.

September book work classes have already started.  The next book work class for ERHS, PGHS, RECHS, RHS, SWRHS, THS, UCA and WHS are planned for November 14.  Registration for that class will open October 23.

A DE book work class will not be offered at Uwharrie Ridge High School until after the Easter break in April 2018.  Students wishing to take the November DE book work class should sign up for the Southwestern Randolph High School class.  Bus transportation will be offered by Randolph County from UR 6-12 to SWRHS for students wishing to take that class.

A Christmas break will be offered again this year.  Planned dates for the class are December 21, 22, 26, 27, and 28. Registration for this class is planned to open November 8.  Click HERE to find out more information about the Christmas break class.

 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 registration click HERE to go to a list of high schools.

 

 

 

 

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

 

 

 


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