4430 S Crimson Cliffs Way
Washington, Utah 84780
T: 435-634-7015
F: 435-627-8770

Drivers Education Information

STEP 1: At the age of 15, students can go with a parent/guardian to the DLD to take the written test in order to get their permit. They must have their birth certificate, proof of residency, and social security card in order to take the test. The cost is $20.  

STEP 2: Students can register for Drivers Ed. Class after receiving their permits. All classes will be taught online. Use the Registration link at the left to register for the class.

STEP 3: Students should be driving with their parent/guardian when they get their permit. They should obtain a minimum of 40 hours of driving, and 10 of those hours should be at night. Skills that need to be covered are parking, backing up, turning, signaling, driving on the freeway, etc.

STEP 4: Students drive with a driving instructor a minimum of five sessions and observe other drivers. As soon as you are assigned an instructor, please contact them to set up a driving schedule. Use the “Behind the Wheel” link to the left to see your assigned instructor.

STEP 5: Students take the driving test with their driving instructor and must pass with an 80% or better. 

STEP 6: After passing the driving test, students will be able to get their license at the DLD. The cost is $30. 


WHEN TO TAKE DRIVER EDUCATION!
All students should have their driving permit before they register for their online course. Use the guidelines below to know when to register for your online course.
*1st Quarter classes: All those birthdays that fall between November 1
through January 31.
*2nd Quarter classes: All those birthdays that fall between February 1
through April 31.
*3rd Quarter classes: All those birthdays that fall between May 1
through July 31.
*4th Quarter classes: All those birthdays that fall between August 1
through October 31.
SUMMER classes: For all 9th graders with birthdays before December (Summer D.E. classes are usually held in June)

Why the Mustangs?
Wild Mustangs have roamed the American West for hundreds of years. Mustangs are proud, strong, and intelligent, yet their survival and safety is dependent on the herd. The herd works together to protect the young mares and to fight off any danger. Separate herds will even join together to fight and run as one large herd. Just like the wild mustangs of the American West, the Crimson Cliffs High School Mustang Family is strong, proud and intelligent, but it also works together to support each other in the classroom, on the stage, on the field, and in the community. We are only successful together in the Herd, where despite our differences we Run as One.

Washington County School District is committed to providing educational and employment opportunities to students without regard to race, color, sex, religion, age, national origin or disability in accordance with Title VI of the Civil Rights Act or 1964, Title XI of the Educational Amendment of 1972, Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973, the age Discrimination Act of 1975, and with the Americans with Disabilities Act.

       
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