Page ContentGeneral Information Drivers Education is an After School, Saturday and Summer School Program in partnership with Volusia County Schools, County of Volusia and The Dori Slosberg Foundation. The course is offered in the fall, spring and summer. During the fall and spring we offer an after school and a Saturday option. Brochures can be found on the website as they are made available before each offering. Registration takes place in August(fall classes), January(spring classes) and May(summer classes). What is Volusia County Driver's Education? Driver Education is not only essential for the fundamental knowledge of traffic safety, but also necessary to ensure awareness and application of that knowledge as a responsible driver. After all, driving is everybody's business. The After School and Saturday Driver Education programs will be offered as a one half credit course. Class size will consist of 30-45 students, depending upon the nine school sites. If schools have more than the allotted students registered for the class (each session), a waiting list will be created on a first come first serve basis. A student who misses the first day of the class will be dropped and replaced by the next student on the waiting list. The brochure, under resources, contains information which is pertinent to participation in the Driver Education program offered by the Volusia County School District. We ask that you read it carefully. Thank you for your cooperation and continued support of the Driver Education program. Drivers Education Summer Program 2018Summer driver's education registration begins on:Thursday May 10, 2018 through Friday, May 18, 2018 forms may be picked up from the Guidance Department on, but not before Wednesday May 9, 2018. Due to the limited number of seats available, registration will be on a first-come first-served basis. Summer Program July 2, 2018 – July 17, 2018 8:00am – 3:00pm July 17th class runs from 8:00am to 12:30pmNo class on Wednesday July 4th Information & DMV/School District RequirementsEach student must have a Florida Restricted license/learner permit on the first day of the summer Driver Education Program.Must be enrolled in a Volusia County Public School, school of choice, private or home-school program in order to participate.Students applying for a restricted or operator's license for the first time must complete a course in traffic law and substance abuse education.If a registered student does not attend the first day of the course his/her slot will be given to the next student on the schools waiting list.Absenteeism will be limited to only one class due to the shortness of the program. If the student is absent from class more than once he/she will be dropped from the program.Students are required to bring paper, pencil, Florida Highway Drivers Handbook, and learners permit to class every day.The restricted license must be in the student's possession while participating at all times.NO CELL PHONE USE will be allowed during class time.No flip flops are allowed to be worn in class, closed toe shoes only.Students can bring water, and packed lunch.