The Community Schools of Brockton Driver Education Program is conveniently located at Brockton High School. Courses are offered on a continuing basis throughout the school year, as well as during school vacations. In order to receive your State Driver Education Certificate, each student must complete 30 hours of classroom instruction and must complete twelve (12) hours of On the Road Driving with our qualified instructors and 40 hours of supervised driving with a parent or qualified adult.
A Parent/ Guardian must also complete a two (2) hour workshop for certification. More information about the Driver Education Program, including upcoming course dates, is provided below.
Driver Education Parent Resources
The Parents Supervised Driving Program
Teen Summer Survival Guide for Parents!
Parents Supervised Driving Program
Tips for Parents, A Common Sense Guide to Keeping Your Teen Safe Behind The Wheel
We offer road test services! Click the register button below.
After you register, please contact our office with your Road Test Date and Time.
NOTE: We can only take Road Tests between 3 PM - 4 PM.
We also offer Adult Driver's Education. Click the register button below!
IN CAR PROTOCOLS
- Students must report for drive on time or a fee will apply
- Students must provide their own transportation to BHS for driving lessons. Your instructor will drive you home in most cases.
- Masks must be worn at all times for drives
- Keep your hands washed and sanitized prior to using a Driver's Ed vehicle
There are new sessions every month during the school year!