• Driver Education range  
    Driver Education is a program that allows members of the community to learn about the Highway Transportation System. It teaches its students about today's and tomorrow's motorized society. Students will have the opportunity to gain their learner's permit while taking the course. Participants must be at least 14 and a half years of age for participation. The participant, if under the age of 15 will not be able to obtain a learner's permit until they are 15 years of age. These participants will not be able to drive until they receive their learner's permit. The learner's permit must be held for a period of 1 year with no violations in order to use the skills test taken during the class. If a violation occurs, the 12 month period starts over as of the date of the violation. For additional information please contact the Community Education Office 858-6080.
  • Teen Safe Driving Program

    Driver Education

    The Teen Safe Driving Program is a program being offered to students of Duval County Public Schools within the Driver Education Program. The objective of the program is to provide students with awareness of the dangers of Distracted Driving. Through this course students will receive an additional 30% of behind - the - wheel experience and have the opportunity to earn a learner's permit, as well as a waiver to gain their operator's license. In order to obtain any of the licensure needed, students must pass the required state test with 80% or better. For any additional questions about the program please contact the Driver Education Office at 904-858-6080.

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  • Driver Education locations will be found under Community Education Tab. Choose your school location and contact the coordinator at the school for registration dates and times.