Teen Driver/Joshua's Law Class

The Sheriff's Office, in partnership with the Hall County School District and Hall County Government, offers the Teen Driver/Joshua's Law course to provide students with the 30 hours of classroom instruction required for driver's license eligibility at age 16 in Georgia.

BECAUSE THIS CLASS IS FREE THROUGH THE SHERIFF'S OFFICE AND ITS POPULARITY THIS CLASS IS FOR 15, 16 OR 17 YEAR OLDS THAT NEED TO GET THEIR DRIVERS LICENSE

SIGN UP FOR 1 CLASS ONLY. DO NOT SIGN UP FOR MULTIPLE CLASSES

This is a 4 day class (Monday - Thursday) your child will be required to be present from 7:45 am until 4:00 pm all 4 days. (We only teach the required 30 hours of classroom time, we do not teach the 6 hours of behind the wheel.) You as the Parent can follow the guidelines by having them drive a minimum of 40 hours, 6 of which need to be at night.

You will need to follow the directions to register your child.  Within a few days after signing up you will receive an e-mail containing further information about this class from Sergeant Fleming.

Classes 1,2,3 will be held in June at Chestatee High School during the weeks of June 13-16, June 20-23 and June 27-30. Classes 4,5,6 will be held in July at Cherokee Bluff High School (Spout Springs Rd.) during the weeks of July 11-14, July 18-21 and July 25-28. 

SIGN UP FOR ONE CLASS ONLY.

The Sheriff's Office offers this class free of charge.

The class is extremely popular, and slots fill up quickly when ONLINE REGISTRATION begins annually at 12:01 a.m. on Feb. 1.

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