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Driver's Education

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Driver Education for WCSD students

IMPORTANT UPDATE FOR REGISTRATION-IN ORDER TO COMPLETE THE DRIVERS EDUCATION REGISTRATION PROCESS, THE STUDENT'S LEARNERS PERMIT MUST BE UPLOADED AT THE TIME OF REGISTRATION. IF STUDENT DOES NOT HAVE PERMIT AND WILL HAVE PERMIT BY START OF THE PROGRAM, PLEASE CALL 670-5039 OR 670-1087 TO REGISTER ON THE APPROPRIATE REGISTRATION DAY. 

WCSD offers four sessions of driver education for WCSD residents.

Fall Driver Ed - registration in August for mid September - mid November session
Winter Driver Ed - registration in December for early January - mid March session
Spring Driver Ed - registration in February for end of March/early April - early June session
Summer Driver Ed - registration in June for early July - mid August session

The commitment is three to four days a week, two driving classes and two lectures each week, for a total of 16 lessons and 16 lectures as well as a final exam.There are typically a couple makeups at the end of each session.

Registration takes place on our registration database xenegrade.

PLEASE NOTE - driver education is open to residents of WCSD. If spots left the week before lessons begin, out of district residents may register.
Please contact Roger Brown, BOCES coordinator for Webster drivers education, at 585-755-7985, M-F, 9 am - 4 pm, with questions pertaining to any student driver who is already registered with Webster for drivers education.

Webster Community Programs sponsors drivers education in partnership with
BOCES #1. Classes and driving instruction are held at both Schroeder and Thomas high schools. 


Students who successfully complete the Drivers Education Program, meet the NYS Education Department’s requirements for classroom and on-the-road training, and receive a passing grade of 65% or above in both areas, will receive:  Student Certificate of Completion, eligibility for reduction of insurance premium, and MV-285 (includes prelicensing course).  Note:  MV-285 must be submitted by student to DMV to obtain senior driving privileges at age 17.

 

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