Driver's Education

Upcoming Class

We are currently enrolling students for driver's ed. Contact Caitlin Frazier at Mount Airy High School to register. 
  • The next class is planned to begin on October 6th.  (See below for the schedule)
  • The class will be held in the MAHS Media Center. 
  • Registration is on a first come first serve basis.  There must be at least 20 students registered in order to have the class.  The class capacity is 30 students.  
  • The registration deadline is October 4th
  • Schedule
    Thursday 10/6 4:00-7:00  
    Friday 10/7 4:00-7:00  
    Saturday 10/8 8:00-11:00  
    Monday 10/10 4:00-7:00  
    Wednesday 10/12 4:00-7:00  
    Friday 10/14 4:00-7:00  
    Saturday 10/15 8:00-11:00  
    Tuesday 10/18 4:00-7:00  
    Thursday 10/20 4:00-7:00  
    Friday 10/21 4:00-7:00 Final Exam
    Saturday 10/22 8:00-11:00 Make-up Day 

Are you looking to register for Driver's Education?

Things to Know:
  • Students must be 14 years and 6 months on the first day of the class to participate in a driver's education program.
  • Students must be enrolled in high school to take Driver's Education. § 115C-215 - Article 14 
  • Mount Airy High School teachers Driver's Education to students who attend school within Mount Airy City School's district lines. This includes students attending Millenium Charter Academy and homeschool.
  • You will not be called to remind you about the class.
  • Each class has a maximum of 30 students.  To register, you must make payment when you sign up at Mount Airy High School.
  • The fee is $65
  • You cannot just show up for a class. 

Ready to Enroll?

Contact Caitlin Frazier at Mount Airy High School by email or phone (336-789-5147)
Below you will find the forms required for documentation and registration.

Driving Eligibility Certificate

Parents must present the following items to the principal of Mount Airy High School during school hours. Persons under age 18 not yet possessing a high school diploma must be issued a DEC by the principal of the NC school in which he/she is currently enrolled and regularly attending.
  1. Driver Education Completion Certificate (issued by in-car instructor)
  2. Student's original social security card
  3. Student's certified birth certificate from county courthouse (copies are not accepted)

These same items must be taken to the Division of Motor Vehicles office to obtain a Learner's Permit.  The Driving Eligibility Certificate from your child's school must also be presented with items 1-3 above.  Make sure the Driving Eligibility Certificate is dated within the last 30 days or you will need to obtain a new one from your child's school before presenting it to the DMV office.

Read all more information on what is required by visiting the FAQs here