Sanderson High School
To guarantee placement in any Driver Education course in Wake County, you may register in advance by contacting the Lead Driver Education teacher at your school and filling out a registration form. Registration forms may be picked up from your high school front office, student services, or the lead teacher at your school. You may print a registration form from our website; however, the high school you attend may have information on the form that is specific to your school. It is always best to get the form from your own high school. Lead teachers at each school are responsible for assigning students to a Driver Education class.
STUDENTS SHOULD NOT PAY THE DRIVER EDUCATION FEE UNLESS THEY HAVE BEEN ASSSIGNED TO A CLASS BY THE LEAD TEACHER AT THE HIGH SCHOOL. STUDENTS MUST BE ASSIGNED TO A CLASS IN ORDER TO KNOW WHICH CLASS TO PAY FOR.
Below, you will find the scheduled dates for the After-School Driver Education Program. Students will need to bring a copy of their Birth Certificate on the first day of class. Other items needed are a pen and paper to take notes during the classes and a copy of the receipt of payment.
There is a fee of $55 to take Driver Education. The $55 fee is due before or on the 1st day of class. To guarantee a spot in a session, you may register for this class through the Lead Teacher, and then pay online BEFORE the first day of class with a credit card by clicking on the "Pay Fee for this Class" button found beside each session that is open for registration.
To show that a student has pre-registered, they will need to take a receipt of payment with them on the first day of class and give it to the Driver Education teacher. If you do not have access to the Internet or a credit card, you can still guarantee a spot in a session by filling out the registration form obtained at the high school, receive a class assignment from the Lead Teacher, and then pay in person for the assigned class at the Jordan Driving School office. Payment can be made with a credit card, money order, or cash. Money orders should be made payable to, “Jordan Driving School”. NO PERSONAL CHECKS CAN BE ACCEPTED.
There must be a minimum of 25 students paid on the first day of class, or the class will be cancelled. If a class is cancelled because of insufficient numbers, those students who have already paid the fee will need to contact the Driver Education Lead Teacher at their school to be moved to another class session. There will be no refunds should a student begin the class and then dropout or fail.
Class Time: 2:30-5:30pm
Class Location: Room 101
Session #1: September 15 (2014)
Session #2: October 6 (2014)
Session #3: November 3 (2014)
Session #4: December 5 (2014)
Session #5: January 5 (2015)
Session #6: February 2–16 (2015)
Session #7: March 2–16 (2015)
Session #8: April 6–20 (2015)
Session #9: May 4–15 (2015)
Due to state funding cuts during the 2011 Legislative Session, the North Carolina General Assembly cut over five million dollars from the state’s Driver Education allotment. Wake County Schools was given permission to charge each student enrolled in Driver Education a fee of up to $45.00 to make up for lost funds. In 2013, the North Carolina Driver Education budget was again reduced; therefore, beginning August 6, 2013, the Wake County School System will charge a fee of $55.00 to students taking Driver Education.
Because of the fee increase, we are required to collect an additional $10 from each student who has paid the $45 fee and already registered for Driver Education after August 6, 2013.