Driver's Education Goals:

    The goal of Driver Education is to provide each student driver a start in psychomotor skills and mental attitudes that are essential to becoming the most competent, skillful, responsible driver possible. This serves as a base for parents to continue the instruction and supervision of their young driver in developing the necessary knowledge, skill, and attitude needed to become a safe driver.

    Basic Information:

        • Forms include detailed information on class options and registration process
        • This is a course that consists of 30 hours of classwork and 6 hours behind-the-wheel training as required by North Carolina for those between the age of 14.5 through 17 to apply for a NC Learner Permit/License
        • Students who are 18 may take the course IF that student is actively enrolled in school.


    To be Eligible for Brunswick County State Funded Driver Education You Must: 

        • Be a resident of Brunswick County.
        • Be between the ages of 14.5 and 17 years of age.
        • Students who are 18 and actively enrolled in school may attend class
        • As a resident of Brunswick County, whether public, home school or private student may attend any class/school option that is available as long as they can be present at the start of the class and adhere to the schedule.    
        • Pay $65 as required by the NC General Assembly in HB 200. Process for payment of fee will be included on all registration forms. No cash or personal checks.
        •  Adhere to requirements as outlined on the registration form
        • Agree to abide by the Code of Student Conduct as found in the Brunswick County Schools Student Handbook.



    • On the road training resumed in August for Pre-covid students.  There were 170 students back logged from the March shut down
    • Oldest classes will be called first.
    • Per class, age is a consideration in booking/calling students, but not guaranteed that the process will work only by, “oldest to youngest” when scheduling the class.
    • If a student completed their class before September and has not been called to drive, please email mking@bcswan.net and include these 4 points of information:  Student’s name, DOB,  class Month and (yes or no) if student attended our vision test with Bus and Traffic Safety.
    • By the end of January all summer students should be contacted.
    • Once summer has been completed, October files will be called by an instructor.
    • Instructors will call parent/guardian to discuss the Behind the Wheel appointment options
    • Continue to check this page for the BTW schedule updates as we move through the lists



    The following information is the current information on driver education class availability.

      1. Covid shut down the program for almost 5 months and has changed the dynamics of our program.
      2. The first three class options for this semester are full.
      3. There are no other class dates in print at this time. Please continue to check back for further updates.
      4. When dates are in print a registration form will be attached at the bottom of this page.
      5. At this time classes are performed by zoom meeting but the ongoing changes in the public school operations could also create changes in the driver education process.
      6. Driver education was shut down for almost 5 months. This has created a back log to our normal process in accommodating students in a timely manner.
      7. Registration only takes place once a form is in print.
      8. BCS funded driver education is available to home school, private and public school students who are residents of Brunswick County.
      9. Other restrictions and state guidelines are listed toward the top of this page to confirm the student’s eligibility.
      10. Contact information is listed below


     Class Registration questions/concerns to

    1. DriversEdReg@bcswan.net
    2. Call office number 910-575-5888
    3. Text 910-269-8613

    All other questions/concerns or to reach the Director of Driver Education, Molly King. 

    1. mking@bcswan.net
    2. Call office number 910-575-5888
    3. Text 910-269-8613


     Registration Forms and Documents available at this time: