Winter Break Drivers Ed is FULL!
Our next Driver Education course starts December 26th and is full!
If your son or daughter is at least 15 years and 9 months, now is the time to sign up for Driver Education.
We have a winter class beginning January 16th that will meet on Monday, Wednesday, & Thursday afternoons from 2:45-4:45 pm. Click here to register now.
Driver education promotes and teaches safe driving attitudes, defensive driving skills, and respect for the rules of the road. It prepares students for the Registry of Motor Vehicles license exam; and it strives to prevent or reduce accidents and fatalities that involve young drivers. Driver Education at Concord-Carlisle High School includes:
- 30 classroom hours (must be at least 15 years and 9 months of age),
- 12 hours of behind-the-wheel instruction,
- 6 hours of in-car observation, and
- one 2-hour parent/guardian class, attended by a least one parent (certificate valid for 5 years).
Parents/guardians are responsible for an additional 40+ hours of on-the-road practice. Students should complete the program within one year.
CLASSROOM MATERIALS ARE SUPPLIED Also recommended: RMV Driver’s Manual – download it here. Copies are sold at RMV offices ($5) or Community Education ($4).
ELECTIVE CREDIT: CCHS students may earn one elective credit for completion of the classroom program.
PARENT CLASS: We strongly encourage parents to attend the RMV-mandated parent class before their child begins the Drivers Education program or early in the program, as we will review our program’s policies, procedures, and the expectations of the parents and students. Parent meetings are FREE for parents of students in the CCHS Drivers Education Program. There is a $25 fee for parents of students who attend other Driver Education programs.
TUITION & FEES: $775 The tuition includes classroom instruction, driving lessons, the parent class, and the $15 RMV certification fee. (RMV Driver’s Manual, Road Test, and License fees are additional, as are optional practice road tests and road test sponsorship.)
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