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Driver’s Ed at NCHS is a private program open to all Idaho students who are at least 14 1/2 years old. The course is comprehensive and includes both the classroom and behind-the-wheel elements required by the state. During the academic calendar, we offer the classroom portion online through Google Classroom, and we also have an in-person class in July.

Both online and in-person classes are taught by Mr. Lacy. Driving for all of our classes will be scheduled with either Mr. Dwello or Mr. Lacy. Our aim is to offer a quality program that is affordable, safe, and convenient.

Driver's Ed Info PDF

WHEN

Fall/Winter Sessions
October 2nd - October 27th
October 30th - November 24th
November 27th - December 22nd
January 2nd - January 26th


Summer Sessions
May 28th - June 21st
July 15th - August 1st*
*This session is offered online and in-person Monday - Thursday, 9:30am - 12pm - drives will be scheduled around class times


Click this link to see the driving calendar.

WHERE

Nampa Christian High School
11920 W Flamingo Ave
Nampa, ID 83651
Room 130

COST

Driving + Classroom Instruction: $350
Driving Only: $290 to be completed alongside an outside online course through IDLA or driversed.com (IDLA class is $75)

CONTACT

Please direct questions to Eric Lacy, the program director.
elacy@international-translation.net
208-515-9232

HOW TO ENROLL*

1. Reserve a spot in the next class by filling out this online form.

2. Within 2-3 business days, you will receive an email that will confirm your enrollment in the class, give instructions on how to obtain a permit, and provide general information about the licensing process for teens
in Idaho.

(The permit MUST be purchased before the student participates in any instruction (ID Code 49-307(3)). For a list of items required to obtain a DT permit, see page 19 of the Idaho Driver’s Manual located online at
www.itd.idaho.gov/dmv/driverservices/documents/driver_manual.pdf)

3. Information about final payment, scheduled drives, the Supervised Instruction Period (SIP), and other details will be emailed to enrolled students prior to the start of class.

4. Information about permits, final payment, scheduled drives, the Supervised Instruction Period (SIP), and other details will be emailed to enrolled students several weeks before the start of class.

**All students 14-1/2 to 21 years of age, living in a public school district that offers driver education are eligible to enroll (ID Code 33-1703).