Hello rising 9th graders, you have finally reached the grade driver education begins. Classes will start in July online. Students will take the class oldest to youngest throughout the 2020-2021 school year. I have already sent out emails to students who are scheduled to begin the class on July 6th.  If you were born before October 10th, 2005 you should have received an email from me with subject line Driver Education. It is your reasonability to follow the directions in the email if you want to take driver education.

For the students that have already taken the classroom portion for driver education, we are still waiting for guidance from the governor as to when we can resume the driving portion. Please know, I check with the state weekly and know this is very frustrating for your child. As soon as I get the green light for the driving to resume we will start immediately. 
Thomas Young
Driver Education Coordinator  

A powerful video for parents.

NC DMV practice test for permits.

Driver Education classroom portion.
  • A class list will be posted each month with each student's name. The students on the list are the only students allowed to attend that class. 
  • There will be classes offered each month.
  • Please keep checking this site and flyers posted around school for exact dates for the classes.
  • The class uses Canvas. Chromebooks must be brought to class each day. 

2020-2021 School Year
Below is a list of upcoming classes.

Class 1


Dates: July 6th - July 24th

Times: 9:00-11:00


Location: Online

Dates of birth through October 11th, 2005

Class 2


Dates: Augest


Location: Online

For Parents:
Motor vehicle crashes are the leading cause of death for 14-18 year olds in the U.S. In fact, almost half of the teen drivers involved in a crash die. Yet, a recent survey show that only 25% of parents have had a serious talk with their kids about the key components of driving. You are the parent, they are your children, and they still have a lot of learn. You can teach them and you may just help save their lives. ~National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, "National Teen Driver Safety Week" (