Mililani High School Driver's Ed

Updated: 8/10/2023

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I (Mr. Calica) am running two in-school driver's education classes during the fall semester. These students are a priority as they will also earn a 1/2 elective credit upon completion of the course. Once this class finishes, I can start an afterschool class. The link below is to sign up for the afterschool class.

As of right now, there are 100 students on the after-school session waiting list. If you are in a rush to get through a driver's ed program, your best bet is to go with a private instructor/driving school. We can have a MAX of 30 students per class.

Mililani High School now has four instructors helping during the summer: Mr. Calica, Ms. Kaneko, Mr. Kawai, and Mr. Olivas. Now that we have additional support, we may be able to offer a Driver's Ed course during Winter Break. 

Private instructors are allowed to conduct classes, and drive, so if you are in a rush to receive your driver's ed certificates, I recommend looking into private classes. Private instructors are regulated under a different rule-set from DOE instructors. 

It is against protocol for me to recommend a private driving school, but you may check Yelp or Google Reviews for recommendations. 

parent night MHS

Using your phone while driving: It can wait!