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911 Driving School

Auburn Riverside High School 911 Driving School

FLEXIBLE PAYMENT PLANS ARE AVAILABLE. Students must pre-apply online with DOL License Express to obtain their access code. Use this link. https://secure.dol.wa.gov/home/newDriver.aspx    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. We are now conducting Washington State Driver’s License testing! No more 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!

TEEN DRIVING

Package NamePackage DescriptionPriceSign up
Basic Teen Driving30 Hours Classroom Instruction
5 Hours Behind the Wheel Instruction
4 Hours State of the Art Drive Simulation
1 WA State Knowledge Test 
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$649.00 Sign up
Conventional Teen Driving30 Hours Classroom Instruction
6 Hours Behind the Wheel Instruction
4 Hours State of the Art Drive Simulation
1 WA State Knowledge Test 
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$699.00 Sign up
Advanced Teen Driving30 Hours Classroom Instruction
7 Hours Behind the Wheel Instruction
4 Hours State of the Art Drive Simulation
1 WA State Knowledge Test
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$749.00 Sign up

STATE TESTING

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INFORMATION

WA Teen Drivers Safety Education & Certification (Conventional)

Conventional Course- Recommended for the average new driver.

  • Includes basic classroom instruction plus additional behind-the-wheel training
  • 30 hours in class
  • 4 hours state of the art driving simulation
  • 6 hours of driving
  • 6 hours of driving observation

WA Teen Drivers Safety Education & Certification (Basic)

Basic Course- For those seeking to gain the basics of safe driving.

  • Classroom instruction and behind the wheel training to meet your state’s basic requirements
  • 30 hours in class
  • 4 hours state of the art driving simulation
  • 5 hours of driving
  • 5 hours of driving observation

WA Teen Drivers Safety Education & Certification (Advanced)

Advanced Course- Recommended for the driver needing a little more practice.

  • Includes basic classroom instruction with additional time behind-the-wheel-training
  • 30 hours in class
  • 4 hours state of the art driving simulation
  • 7 hours of driving
  • 7 hours of driving observation

 

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POLICIES

Auburn Riverside HS 911 Driving School Policies

NOTE: State law prohibits students from attending a driver training education course before he or she is 15 years old. A course can be booked before the student is 15, but he or she must be 15 years old on the first day of class.

Booking And Managing Drives

Drives are not part of the regular class time and must be done outside of classroom hours. Students should not book drives that require them to absent themselves from regular ARHS classes. ARHS students should first book drives directly with their instructor. Drives booked through the instructor take place at ARHS. If they are not able to book all their drives at the high school, they will need to book their drives in the online scheduling system and complete those drives at the Bonney Lake location. Drives booked online by the student or parent take place in Bonney Lake.  Cell phones must be turned off and put away while students are on a drive, including during observation time.

When you enroll your student online, you will be given a user name and password that will enable you to log in and book your drives. It is the responsibility of the student or parent to properly schedule and show up on time for drives.  Bottled water (with a lid) will be allowed in the car. No other food or drink will be permitted in the car. DOL requires that three drives be completed before the end of class and that required minimum of five drives be completed no later than five weeks after the class end date. If the required five drives are not completed within five weeks after the class end date, a $50 fee will be charged.  

Fees, Refunds, and Fine Print

A $40 fee will be charged if a student shows up for a drive without a valid permit or is late for or fails to show up for a scheduled drive. If you are running late for a scheduled drive, please call and notify the school at 253‑891‑0911. A $40 fee will also be charged if a drive is canceled without at least 48 hours’ notice. Drive cancellations should be done online. Drives start promptly at the scheduled time and will take place in inclement or adverse weather unless you are otherwise notified by the school.  A $25 fee will be charged for returned checks. The class fee must be paid in full on the day the class starts unless prior arrangements have been made with management. A $50 fee will be charged if the student fails to complete the course within two months of the class end date. A $50 fee will be charged if the student obtains a permit using our waiver and then drops the course. A $60 fee will be charged if a student drops the course prior to the second class. There are no refunds after the second class.

Class Attendance and Behavior

Students are fully accountable for their conduct and attendance and must arrive for class on time. If a student is late, he or she may not be admitted to class. Cell phones and all other electronic devices are not allowed during class and must be turned off and put away. This includes use of cell phones for text messaging. Students can be dismissed from a class or from the course for:

Any use of cell phones or other electronic devices during class

  • Misbehavior during or disruption of a class or drive
  • Excessive tardiness or unexcused absences
  • Cheating (whether sharing or receiving answers)
  • Being under the influence of alcohol or drugs
  • Misuse or abuse of Traffic Safety Education equipment
  • Repeated and willful violation of traffic laws
  • Failure to complete assigned work
  • Multiple failed tests

If a student is dismissed from or refused admittance to a class, or if a student leaves class early without making prior arrangements with the school, it will count as an absence. Per DOL regulations, students cannot miss more than three classes. All absences (maximum of three) and failed tests (scoring less than 80%) must be made up. If a student is dismissed from the course, there will be no refund of the class fee.

Students must pass a written and driving exam. The written exam is included in the course cost. It will be administered on the final day of class provided that all missed classes and failed tests have been made up. One attempt at the drive exam is also included in the course cost and can be scheduled after all course work is completed and the written test has been passed.

Extra drives, whether desired or required, are $50 per hour. If the student fails to complete the course within six weeks of the class end date, the student may be required to retake the entire course.

Parent signature: _________________________________________           Date: _____________________

 

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Adult Driving

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