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FALL 2018 Schedule/Registration available: August 27 – Sept 6
Registration Forms & Class Schedules will ONLY be available during the dates listed above. Forms & Schedules can be picked up at the Main Office of Helena High, Capital High, & PAL. We will also have a printable form on our website.
*Students that did not get into the previous session(s) will need to fill out a new registration form.
PAYMENT: $295 (subject to increase) for ALL students. Payment is due at time of registration (check or cash only). Make checks payable to: HSD #1.
You will receive a class confirmation email 1-2 weeks after registration. NO Refunds will be given after a class begins.
All classes are formed in Date of Birth order with older students having class preference.
All classes consist of: Mandatory Parent Meeting, 42 hours of classroom instruction, 12 hours of driving observation, and 6 hours of road instruction while at the wheel of a Traffic Education vehicle.
Bring with you to Mandatory Meeting: Parent/Guardian Drivers License & a black ink pen. Two forms of Student ID: (Must be Originals or Certified Copies of documents) *If you do not have these forms of Student ID start the process of getting them. They are required to take the course.
Typical Class Schedules: Classes are offered at Helena High School & Capital High School. Students can register for class at either school but a parent needs to provide transportation. Fall & Winter/Spring classes are after school 2-3 times per week. Summer varies during the day. The individual instructors set their own schedules for each session so no two schedules are ever the same.
DRIVES: Students will drive 6 times either after school (on days they don’t have class) or on weekends. Driving time is scheduled by the instructor. We provide the Driver’s Education car.
Students are allowed 2 absences (make-up hours & homework are assigned by the instructor). Since class attendance is mandatory, consider family/student schedule: sports, vacations, jobs, etc. Third absence is an automatic “Unsuccessful.”
*Traffic/Driver’s Education classes are not part of the school district curriculum.
Instructors: To teach traffic education in Montana’s public schools, teachers must have an active Montana educator’s license, an acceptable driving record, and at least 8 semester credits in initial traffic education coursework taken at Montana State University-Northern.
*We do not offer adult drivers education.
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