• Classroom Driver Education

    Classroom driver education analyzes tasks an individual must perform while operating a motor vehicle. Units about alcohol safety, drug abuse awareness, aggressive driving, distracted driving, motorcycle awareness, and organ and tissue donation awareness are included.

    During the school year, students take this course in 10th grade health and physical education. 

  • Partners for Safe Teen Driving 90-minute Presentation

    COVID-19 adjustments to the presentation:

    • §22.1-205 The in-person 90-minute parent-guardian/teen requirement for Planning District 8 will be delivered by the licensed & endorsed classroom teacher via synchronous video conferencing.
    • Parents/guardians & teens should attend the virtual presentation.
    • Contact the host school teacher listed for dates and times.
    • Login, meeting codes, etc. will be sent via email the day of the presentation.
    • Pre-Registration required using the link for the day you would like to attend.
    • Any student pursuing their VA driver's license is required to attend 1 time.


    Do you still need to attend the 90-minute Partners for Safe Teen Driving presentation?

    Look no further - LCPS is virtually hosting additional sessions on the following dates & times: 

  • Behind the Wheel Instruction

    Students drive in residential, rural, and city/freeway settings. The DMV-approved road test will be administered on day seven. To be eligible to take behind-the-wheel (BTW) instruction, students must have attended a Partners for  Safe Teen Driving presentation and have completed half of the classroom phase with an “A” or “B” grade average. BTW consists of seven days of instruction (50 minutes driving and 50 minutes observing).  All high schools offer BTW before and after school - contact your home high school for more information. 

    We strongly suggest that students and parents are familiar with the 45-hour parent/teen driving guide before coming to the first Behind the Wheel class. Download the 45-Hour Parent/Teen Driving Guide 

    The student's Virginia learner’s permit number is required at the time of registration. 

  • Remote Site Learner’s Permit Testing

    Due to COVID-19, Learner's Permit (LP) Testing is NOT currently available in LCPS high schools.

    When students pass the LP test at their school, the proctor will give them a document to take to the clerk at the DMV. Parents also receive an email notification of the results. This service allows students to test in a familiar environment and is a real time-saver for parents! All students who register for behind-the-wheel instruction must be enrolled in Loudoun County Public Schools. Transportation to and from the high school is the responsibility of the parent or guardian.

    This following link below lists all the established LP testing sites so far in LCPS. Please see your school's HPE website or your Driver Education teacher for forms and registration information.  Remote Testing in Schools.

Last Modified on April 29, 2021