Driver Education

Reminder that students and parents will be able to pick up their N.C. Driving Eligibility Certificate at their high school.  Please call the school for more information. 

They will need to bring their FORM 452 DRIVER EDUCATION CERTIFICATE; that certifies that he or she has satisfactorily completed an approved course in driver education, Social Security card AND their birth certificate (the names on both forms must match).

Registration is now open until April 19, 2024, for the next driver education online course.  The course runs from  April 29-May 31, 2024.  The course is completed online and is completely asynchronous (students complete at their own pace as long as all work is completed by May 31, 2024, at 11:59 PM).  

To be eligible students must:

  • be born on or before 10/29/2009 AND be promoted to the 9th grade for the 2024-2025 school year. Current 8th graders are eligible as long as they meet these criteria. Rising students who are in 10th-12th grade are also eligible for this course.

  • attend a school in the Iredell Statesville School District or be homeschooled at a residence in the Iredell Statesville Schools District.  

Once the course concludes, students and a parent will have to attend a paperwork and payment meeting where students and parents will fill out needed paperwork, meet with an NCDMV examiner, and pay the $65 driver's education fee.  Paperwork and payment meeting dates will be shared at the beginning of the course using the email provided on the registration document. 

Please click the button below to fill out the driver education form. Please make sure all information is correct and that you read and take a picture of the document shared after submitting your registration form. 

Registration Form

Please direct any questions to:

Thank you

Driver Education Fee Notification

All students must adhere to the Student Code of Conduct for Iredell-Statesville School students or face possible dismissal from the Driver Education program. 

If an individual wants a driving license before the age of 18 years of age, the state of North Carolina requires that students successfully complete thirty (30) hours of classroom instruction followed by six (6) hours of Behind the Wheel training.