Auburn Riverside High School 911 Driving School
You can start your driver’s education while attending Auburn Riverside High School and get the knowledge and experience you need to pass your tests and receive your Washington driver’s license.
911 Driving School offers a number of teen driving programs, perfect for the student who is busy with their normal high school life but still needs to fit some practical training and studying into an already-busy schedule.
Experienced and Qualified Instructors
The thing that really separates our professional driving school from all the other options available is our instructors.
At 911 Driving School we hire the very best police officers to provide instruction and observation for our students. These instructors are uniquely qualified to teach defensive driving skills. They all spent many years in uniform and have pretty much seen it all.
They bring these insights and experiences to the classroom so they can support teen drivers who are taking their first steps toward getting their license.
Learn Defensive Driving from the Start
Our courses are designed and organized to help teens build a strong foundation in the safest driving techniques. We strive to create a fun and engaging learning environment, so you can quickly absorb all the information you need to increase your collision avoidance skills and be prepared to deal with unexpected road conditions. You can sign up for our courses here!
Flexible Payment Plans Available
We offer some flexible payment plans for these courses. To get started, students must pre-apply online with DOL License Express to obtain their access code, using this link. This code will be required in order for us to issue the permit waiver as well as enter all class data in the DOL system.
You do not need to pre-apply if you’ve ever had a WA driver license, instruction permit, or ID card.
Getting Your License
Chances are, you’ve probably got a lot of things on your mind while you’re attending Auburn Riverside High School. Preparing for the Washington State drivers test doesn’t have to interfere too much with everything else you do in a day.
In order to get your Washington license, you will need to:
- Complete a new teen driver training course
- Pass the WA state written and road exams
- Hold your permit for at least 6 months
- Have 50 hours of practice driving (10 hours are required at night)
- Be at least 16 years old
Skip the DOL Lines and Take Your Test at 911 Driving School
We are now conducting Washington State Driver’s License testing. This means you don’t have to spend all that time waiting in lines at the DOL office. The DOL written test and the first drive test are included in the course price when you enroll in any of our classes.
Don’t Wait to Enroll in Our Drivers Education Program
Receiving your license is a sign of new independence (and new responsibilities). Are you ready to get your license and build a foundation for safe driving?
At our Washington driving school, our instructors are ready to help you pass your tests and get out on the open road.
Enroll today to get started.