Knowledge tests walk in times:
No Walk ins November 19th – November 26th
We are now taking online enrollments for all our teen driver’s ed courses in Skagit County. This is your opportunity to sign up for driving classes that are led by specially qualified instructors who are ready to prepare their students for a lifetime of safe driving.
Effective Driving Lessons for Teens in Skagit County
At 911 Driving School, we are offering web-based, instructor-taught classroom sessions for teens who are learning to drive. These classes are designed to meet the state-requirements for classroom learning while providing a safe environment for our students to get the knowledge they need.
We will continue providing these online sessions via Zoom until the current COVID-19 restrictions are lifted so teens can complete their 30 hours of instruction.
These driver’s education classes for teens are designed to help our students build a strong foundation in safe driving techniques and develop an awareness of potential emergencies and unexpected road conditions.
We look forward to welcoming teens back to our Skagit County location in the near future, and we are taking all the necessary precautions to keep everyone safe and healthy.
The Difference Is Our Instructors
911 Driving School courses are taught exclusively by instructors who have had first-responder experience. Whether they are former police officers, fire fighters, or EMS personnel, these teachers have the firsthand knowledge and experience to help their students understand the importance of defensive driving on Washington’s busy roads.
These instructors bring their own experiences into the classroom, and they’re committed to creating an engaging and fun learning environment while still stressing the importance of safety in every decision.
We teach today’s teens how to be tomorrow’s safest drivers.
Take a look at our courses and schedules below and sign up for driver’s education classes in Skagit County.