Driver's Education is intended to supplement the knowledge obtained from government-printed driving handbooks or manuals and prepares students for tests to obtain a driver's license or learner's permit. In-car instruction places a student in a vehicle with an instructor. Joshua’s Law that as of January 1, 2007, requires all 16 year olds to complete a certified driver education course before they can obtain their license or wait until the age of 17 to receive your license.
Next Traditional Class: January 2020 *Must attend all classes for course credit
Monday, January 20/ 8:30am-3:30pm
Saturday, January 25/ 8:30am-3:30pm
Sunday, January 26/ 1:00-6:00pm
Saturday, February 1/ 8:30am-3:30pm
Sunday, February 2/ 1:00-5:00pm
Location: Calhoun High School
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Driver Training School Program Certification No: DT357 *Next Traditional Course will be offered January 2020
Calhoun Community Education is a proud authorized provider for the Georgia Driver's Education Grant Scholarship program sponsored by the Georgia Driver's Education Commission. All high school students in Georgia will be able to apply directly for driver's education opportunities due to a new grant scholarship program created by Georgia Driver's Education Commission. Georgia residents between ages 15-17 years old actively enrolled in school possessing a valid driving permit are eligible for the student driver's scholarship program Students who enroll in the program will have at least 30 hours of classroom training and six hours of training behind the wheel.
To apply for the Georgia Driver's Education Grant Scholarship, click Application and click the link "Student Login." Enter the username "student" and password "student" to login and begin. Once approved, email redemption code and a copy of the student's driver's license to Autumn Lester at firstname.lastname@example.org.