Driver Training is the “behind the wheel” portion of learning to drive. Students spend a minimum of six hours with a DMV licensed driving instructor in a car equipped with dual brakes for safety. Once you have completed driver education, you will need to enroll in a driver training program. Jesuit offers a Driver’s Training program throughout the year with two licensed instructors who have more than 10 years experience.
Driver’s Education – Summer Class
Completion of a California drivers education course is required prior to obtaining your learner’s permit, and ultimately receiving your California drivers license. Students will learn the basic skills of driving and the California Vehicle Code. This course fulfills the state requirement of 30 hours of classroom instruction to qualify for a driver’s license and is only offered during Summer School. When enrolling for summer school, please remember that all students are required to attend the full 30 hours. This course does not include the behind-the-wheel instruction. More information regarding this summer school class will be posted after April 1 on the summer school site.