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Driver education classes offered by Community Education and Safeway Driving School this summer

Teen boy on computer Anoka-Hennepin Community Education offers driver education in partnership with Safeway Driving School to provide an additional opportunity for students to complete their classroom and behind-the-wheel instruction.

 

Community Education is currently enrolling students for summer classes in July and August, which will now be held online rather than the previously scheduled school locations:

 

Classes beginning July 6
Morning classes
Afternoon classes 

 

Classes beginning July 20
Morning classes
Afternoon classes

 

Classes beginning Aug. 3
Morning classes
Afternoon classes

 

Driver education classes are open to teens ages 15 and up, and will be held online with a licensed instructor in July and August, due to a variance from the Minnesota Department of Transportation, in response to the COVID-19 pandemic.

 

  • Classroom sessions prepare students for the Minnesota driver's permit test and becoming a responsible driver.
  • Behind-the-wheel includes six hours of driving in three, two-hour sessions on actual city streets, highways and freeways. Additional safety precautions are being implemented. 
  • Instructors are licensed by the Minnesota Department of Public Safety and complete a background check each year. Instructors have experience teaching teens and receive extensive training.

 

Read more and register online.