ON-LINE REGISTRATION for Academic Summer School 2013 will open on Friday, March 15, 2013 at midnight and end on April 15, 2013 at midnight. Register Here!
How Eligibility works:
If, after these students register, there is space available in the class, we move down the list of birth dates for expanded eligibility. Students will be emailed at their school email account, allowing the opportunity to register for the earlier semester.
Summer Driver Education is a highly condensed program. This course demands daily driving practice outside of class. If you are unable to meet this requirement, please reconsider your enrollment. Students must be age 15 on or before June 11, 2012 and must have accumulated 4 credits in the prior 2 semesters. Permit applications will not be issued until 2 weeks before the start of class. Classroom will meet 4 days per week Monday—Thursday) for 1 1/4 hours per day and Behind the Wheel (BTW) will meet every 3rd day for 1 1/2 hours. Any student who misses more than three classroom sessions or more than one BTW session will be withdrawn as State of Illinois requirements will not be met. Please be advised that according to a recently amended Illinois state law (HB0418) students are not eligible unless they have “received a passing grade in at least 8 courses during the previous 2 semesters.”
State Requirements and Restrictions: http://www.cyberdriveillinois.com/publications/pdf_publications/dsd_a112.pdf
Permit Application Process: Each semester, students meet for two weeks of class during their scheduled driver education classroom period to utilized the beginning of the permit process. * The permit application and a letter to the parents/legal guardians will be given to your son/daughter at the beginning of the semester by the classroom teacher. The permit must be obtained within those two weeks, or they will not be able to drive in their “Behind the Wheel” class. All students must obtain their permit by the first drive. Here is the information you will need to aid them in obtaining their permit during those two weeks:
1) The application should be filled out in BLACK INK ONLY and signed by
parent/legal guardian.2) At any Secretary of State Office, your son/daughter must take the eye test and the written test based on the Rules of the Road booklet.3) A check or money order made out to “The Secretary of State,” or cash in the amount of $20.00 must be paid at the time of the written test. 4) The following documentation is needed to obtain the permit (one from each category):
a) Student Signature: valid passport, bankcard, credit card, cancelled check
within 90 days, or a signed homework assignment.
b) Proof of Date of Birth: Certified Birth Certificate (NO copies)
c) Social Security Card: issued by the social security administration (NO copies)
It will be helpful to have when applying for the permit, but it is
REQUIRED to receive their license.
d) Residency: 2 items to verify residency: post marked mail or magazines within the last 90 days. For further questions regarding identification, please read your Rules of
the Road handbook, which will save you time when at the facility.
e) Medical Conditions: If your son/daughter has a special medical condition
requiring a Doctor’s note to drive, there is a required State form that can
be picked up from the classroom teacher.
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