Basic Information


Update: June 9, 2022

The application link is no longer active. The next Driver Education Class is scheduled for September 2022. The application for the September class will be activated on this page the last week of August. Parents/students who applied for the June class received an acceptance/denial email by the end of the day on Wednesday, June 8, 2022. If you did not receive an email of acceptance/denial, please contact the Registrar at the high school you indicated in the application.


Update: May 27, 2022

The application link is currently active. The application link will remain active through Friday, June 3, 2022. Face to Face classes will be offered at all four high schools with 100 available slots at each high school (70 at THS). In addition, there will be one Virtual Class offered with 36 available slots.


Update: May 24, 2022

The next Driver Education Classes are scheduled for June 10-21, 2022. The hours are the following:

On Friday, June 10th, 2:45 PM-5:45 PM, Monday through Friday (June 13-17) 8:00 AM-12:00 PM, and Monday-Tuesday (June 20-21) 8:00 AM-12:00 PM. All students must be in attendance each day to meet the 30-hour requirement. 

The application for the June class will be activated (on this page) on Friday, May 27, 2022, after 5:00. Face to Face classes will be provided, and there will be one Virtual Class. (Students attending school outside of Harnett County must take Driver Education in the county in which their school is located, no exceptions.) The application deadline is June 3, 2022. 

Frequently Asked Questions

Basic Information
At its August 5, 2013 meeting, the Harnett County Schools Board of Education approved
a $55 charge for any student who takes Driver Education. Due to a significant reduction in State
funding for the program, the General Assembly provided a provision in law to allow school districts
to impose this charge.

Students must be at least 14 years, 6 months old, to register for a Driver Education class.
Students are required to complete 30 hours in the driver education classroom and 6
hours behind the wheel instruction.

Driver education classes are scheduled throughout the school year and during the summer.
Behind the wheel, driving is conducted after school, on Saturdays, and during the summer.
The State created an additional provision for 2015-16, allowing students to obtain a waiver
if they feel they are unable to pay the fee associated with driver education. For further information, please click on the Parent Letter tab and view the Frequently Asked Questions for Parents section. 

If you still have questions after viewing the Frequently Asked Questions section, please contact Chris Mace, Director, or 910-814-3444.

Additional Resources:
NC DMV Website
DMV Practice Test for North Carolina
Driving Log Level 2
Driving Log Level 3