Driver Education

 

 

 

 

 

 

 Contact Suz Figini, Coordinator      503.785.8520  x. 7316   Suz.Figini@orecity.k12.or.us

  Driver Education Department

       Main Office Location:  Eastham Community School  1404 7th Street, Oregon City, OR 97045

       Classroom Location:  Oregon City High School 19761 S. Beavercreek, Oregon City, OR  97045

 

Driver Education Program is for students age 15-17, who have a valid permit. 
The program is approved by the Oregon Department of Transportation and includes:

 * 30 hours of classroom instruction 

 * 6 hours of behind-the-wheel instruction 

 * 6 hours of in-car observation 

 * Minimum of 5 hours practice driving while enrolled in the driver education course with a parent / guardian who is a licensed driver.

 * Parents are asked to practice with their student, the routes in-between their scheduled drive labs. 

 * Sessions are 10 weeks once a week for 3 hours-15 minutes in the classroom - Drive Labs 6 weeks - 2 hours a week. (Fall-Winter-Spring)

 * Sessions are 4 weeks three times a week in the classroom - Drive Labs 4 weeks - 3 hours a week.  View Calendar below. (Summer)

 * Obtain a current Oregon instruction permit by registration.

    Must provide permit number at the time of registration. 

    Permit can not be an "Interim permit". Reason being "interim permits" are only valid for 30 days.

 * Read Policies

 

 

       

Program Info

 

Oregon DMV Info

How do I get my driver license?

Routes

 

Parent Info

Parent Night and Important Dates

 

Registration

Link to Register

 

 Calendar 

Calendar for all classes

For Visitors

 

 

Scholarship

Part 1:  Student to complete

 

 Recommendation 

Part 2: High school staff, mentor, employer

Free/Reduced Lunch

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Why take Driver Education?

 

Drivers Over 18 or Turns 18  / Obtain License While Taking Class  

The driver education program is a state subsidized program that is how we can offer the tuition for a great price of $325.   This price is only funded for students with permits and not for licensed drivers. If a student has a license, obtains their license while taking the class, is 18 or older before graduating from the class, an additional $210.00 will be charged.
Driver ed is a part of the process for obtaining a provisional license (permit).  18 year old do not have to have a provisional license. That is why the state does not cover over 18.

 

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