Driver Education

Overview

  • Earning the privilege to drive is a milestone event in the lives of most Americans.  Please remember that with this privilege comes lots of responsibility.  We hope this webpage will provide you with answers to commonly asked questions as you embark on this important journey.  If you have questions that are not answered here, please feel freet to contact the Student Support Services Office at Cox Mill High School and ask for Mrs. Pam Barnard at 704-260-6623, or email pamela.barnard@cabarrus.k12.nc.us.  During summer months, you may contact the school and ask to speak with Ms. Platt or Ms. Rowlands for assistance.  

FAQ

  • How do I register for Driver's Education?

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     If you would like to register for Driver's Education, please click on the link below:

     

    Driver's Education Registration Form

     

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  • How do I obtain a Driver's License in NC?

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  • Do I have to pay to take the Driver Ed class?

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    Yes. There is a $65 fee for the class. This fee must be paid prior to scheduling the in-car phase of instruction. 

    Payment must be made to the Cabarrus County homepage. Click on the useful links, and then K12 Payment Center.  Sign in as a guest, and then scroll down until you see Finance - Driver's Ed Payment.  Please include your child's name AND the school they attend in the memo.  DO NOT PAY COX MILL.

     

     

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  • Where can I get more info about the Driver Ed class?

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    Visit the Cabarrus County website (Click here)

     

     

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  • How do I obtain an eligibility certificate?

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    ***Updated since COVID-19

    1. Make an appointment with DMV 

    2. Two weeks prior to your appointment, Email Mrs. Barnard at pamela.barnard@cabarrus.k12.nc.us a picture of the Driver Completion Form that was given to your child after the driving portion was completed.  The Eligibility form expires after 30 days.  Cox Mill does not want to send more than one to each student who needs it.  

    During Plan B, office staff works from home on Friday. Please plan ahead so you have the eligibility form in advance.

     

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  • Do I lose my permit or license if I fail classes at CMHS?

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    As per North Carolina Law, students under 18 years of age must pass three out of four classes (or 75% of their classes) each semester in order to maintain your Driver's License. Students who have questions about this may see Ms. Cristine Nelson, Assistant Principal Intern, at Cox Mill High School.

     

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