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What state rules govern studentsí eligibility to take driverís education in our public school?

The state requires approved traffic education programs to admit any student who will be 14.5 on or before the completion date of the scheduled driver education course. The student does not need to be enrolled in the school, but must reside in the district and be under the age of 19. If there is room in the class, the school may enroll students who reside outside the district.  Within these parameters, schools are free to develop an enrollment policy that best meets their district’s needs. Some schools find the lottery system to work best, some take the oldest students first, and some require parents to register right away (first come, first served) if they want to secure a spot for their child. 



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