• Welcome to the Driver's Education

    Training Information Website


    The following classes will be offered to the oldest students who register first. 

    You will receive an email if you are enrolled in the class, notifying you of which class you will attend. Emails will be sent out the week of November 14 to 18, 2022 to notify you about which class you are in.  Check your school email to find out.  

    We will notify you of which class you will attend. Registration will close on Saturday, November 12, 2022.

    Registration OnLine

    Course Dates

    Class Times

     Age Requirement

    November 7 to

    November 12

    November 28 to

    December 15

    Monday to Friday

    4:00 pm to 6:30 pm

    14 1/2 by

    December 15, 2022

    To register for these classes  click here.

    Make sure you are putting the student’s email address in the registration form.  Also check to make sure all spelling is correct. Incorrect information affects
    student’s ability to login into the online site. Upon submission you will see “your response has been recorded”. This is your indication that you have been registered for the class. No other form of notification will be issued.
    Teachers will be contacting you during the week of November 14 to 18, 2022 to inform you of your class status. Students will be enrolled for classes from oldest to youngest. You will be informed during the week of November 14 to 18, 2022, if your student is on the waiting list.

    There is a new disclaimer in the registration form regarding new video content that may be graphic for some students regarding driving accidents that may result in injury or fatality.  If you do not agree to allow your student to view the content, please contact Neil Rosser (nrosser.bway@lee.k12.nc.us) before registering.
    Students who miss more than 2 days of class will automatically be dropped from the class and have to repeat the course. 
    Dates and times are subject to change per need and instructor discretion. Failure to sign up at the correct school site will result in a loss of seat in the session. Students must attend all scheduled dates to earn enough hours to be eligible to pass the class.  

    Reasons for non-admittance MAY include living outside of the attendance zone, current disciplinary suspension, not meeting requirements, or class seat limitations. Students are provided many opportunities through our campus announcement system for relevant information.  Area middle and private schools, as well as Lee Early College and Bragg Street Academy, are provided notifications of upcoming classes.


    The Graduated Licensing Law has been modified as of January 1, 2012.  The link for this new legislation is below.  The major provisions include a mandatory driving log showing 60 hours of driving time beyond the time on the road during class.