• updated 08/30/2019
    CCS students who wish to register for the classroom phase of driver education must complete the registration form available in their High School Office on or before Friday, September 20, 2019. The completed form must be returned to the person or office responsible for collecting these forms.  Students registering after September 20, 2019, will be offered a later class.
    Private school students should be able to acquire a registration form from their school office or use the registration form on the school system website at under the driver education link.
    Home school students will need to contact Robert Kluttz at 704-260-5605 or complete the online Driver Education Registration Form under the driver education link to complete the registration process.
    Note: The classroom phase is usually offered immediately following the end of the school day (high school dismissal is 2:15 p.m.) either in 2 or 3-hour periods.   The number of days required to complete the classroom phase is determined by the length of the class and will be either 10 or 15 days.  The in-car instruction is scheduled upon satisfactorily completing the classroom phase. In most cases, the in-car instruction is scheduled by contacting the oldest students in each class first.
    Students enrolling in a driver education course offered through Cabarrus County Schools must pay the $65.00 fee either, by cash, money order or check to the classroom instructor during the classroom phase.  Receipt of this payment is required before the student will be scheduled for the in-car phase.  Checks or money orders should be made payable to the Cabarrus County Schools.  (Note) The local board of education will provide a process for reduction or waiver of the $65.00 fee for students attending Cabarrus County Schools unable to pay the fee due to economic hardship.
Last Modified on September 3, 2019