Eagle's Landing Christian Academy
Sunday, October 22, 2017
Empowering Students to Impact the World since 1970

SRO - Driver's Education

 
 
Frequently Asked Questions:
 
 
 
What do I need to take to get my Georgia Learner's Permit?
  • Certified copy of your birth certificate (non-US citizens must present original, non-expired immigration documents)
  • Must present social security number
  • Georgia DDS Certificate of Attendance (DS-1) signed and notarized by school (see High School office for form - form only valid for 30 days)
  • See Georgia Department of Driver Services for more info.
 
 
What will I need for my Georgia Driver's License?
  • Georgia Learner's Permit
  • Certificate from attending a  Georgia approved Driver's Education program
  • Must present social security number
  • Georgia DDS Certificate of Attendance (DS-1) signed and notarized by school (see High School office for form - form only valid for 30 days)
  • Alcohol and Drug Awareness (ADAP) certificate (see High School office for more information)
  • 40 hours on-the-road driving experience, including 6 hours of night driving are required.  An affidavit/form signed by parent or driving instructor must be presented (If driver's education was completed with an approved internet/online class, parent/guardian must also complete Parent Teen Driving Guide )
  • Parent/guardian must be present to sign application.
  • See Georgia Department of Driver Services for more info.
 Does ELCA offer a state approved driver's education program?
 
Classes are provided through A-1 Driving School  and are taught on ELCA's campus.  This course qualifies for the $150 tax credit and insurance discount. It includes 30 hours of classroom instruction, 6 hours of behind the wheel instruction with school vehicle (permit required) and Department of Driver Services approved certificate of completion.  Student must attend all sessions to receive certificate. Register online at www.A1Drivingschools.com
. If you have questions, please contact Joanna at 770-603-3320.
 
 
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