DRIVER’S EDUCATION AT BAY PORT HIGH SCHOOL
Driver’s education consists of two parts: Classroom and Behind-the-Wheel. State Law requires anyone under 18 to complete both parts. Bay Port High School offers both parts of drivers’ education only during the summer. State Law also stipulates certain age requirements to be eligible for each part of drivers’ education. All students, regardless of grade level, who will turn 15 on or before August 31, 2017 are eligible for the classroom portion of driver’s education this upcoming summer. Students cannot receive their instruction permit until the age of 15 years 6 months AND be enrolled in a Behind-the-Wheel program. Therefore, to be eligible for the Behind-the-Wheel portion, students must turn 16 on or before December 31, 2017. There is no cost to Bay Port students for the classroom. Cost for Behind-the-Wheel is $295.
16th birthday on or before December 31, 2017
16th birthday January 1, 2017 through August 31, 2018
1) Take at Bay Port the following summer 2018
2) Enroll in a private driving school during the school year after age if 15 years
6 months is reached to be eligible for driver’s license on 16th birthday
16th birthday September 1, 2018 or later
Drivers Ed Registration 2017 will be
posted January 30 - March 31
Two Classroom Sessions:
June 12-30, 2017
July 5-25, 2017
Four Classroom Times:
All students taking Behind-The-Wheel will need to pass a written test and eye exam to obtain their instruction permit. An instruction permit is needed before behind-the-wheel instruction can begin. This Temps Test will be given on Wednesday, April 19, 2017 in the LMC during the student’s study halls. Students who are unsuccessful on their first attempt on the test or students unable to take the test on this day will have an opportunity to take the test on Friday, April 21 at 6:45am in Rm B213. Those students that do not pass or take the first two tests will be required to go to the Department of Motor Vehicles to take or re-take the test sometime after the testing date at Bay Port. State Law requires that students cannot get their instruction permit more than 60 days before starting behind-the-wheel instruction. Therefore, with no exceptions, no student taking behind-the-wheel at Bay Port will be allowed to take this test before the test date in April at Bay Port High School. The WisconsinDrEdManual is located on the Bay Port High School Website for students to start studying for their written temp test.
Please direct any questions regarding driver’s education laws, or the Bay Port driver’s education program to Mike Simoens, 662-7081.