Driver's Ed

Registration Information:
​You can now take the class in one of two forms. A regular classroom version, or a hybrid online/in classroom version.  You must pay for the class to hold  your spot in the class.  Call the main office for payment instructions or visit.  Summer hours M-F 8 am -2 pm (except holidays).

Online Version of Drivers Ed Class- September 2021 to November 4, 2021.

Registration for the Bear River High School Online Driver Educations Class: Instructor-Mr. Stamps; Cost-$195 This must be paid at time of registration to hold your spot in the class. Checks should be made to Bear River HS and can be turned in at the front office at Bear River High School.

Note: this class will work well for you if you are taking this class and planning to get your permit by the end of the class. If you already have your permit, but your birthday isn't until February of 2022 or later, this class will work well for you. If you need, or want to get your license before February of 2022, you may want to consider another option. Mr. Stamp's driving schedule is full until February of 2022. If you want to need to get your license before then, you may want to look for a different class.

Students must be 15 years of age to begin the class. Driving times will be scheduled with Mr. Stamps with groups of 2 students according to their eligibility date to get their license. All students must complete 6 hours of driving and 6 hours of observation with an instructor in a driver ed car and pass the skills test (road test). This is in addition to the online class and 40 hours of driving that must be completed with a parent.

Classroom Version of Driver's Ed-November 1-30, 2021- Mondays & Tuesdays 3:30 pm-6:30pm

All classes will be in he presentation room of Bear River High school. Taught by Mr. Jaron Gold; Cost- $195 Checks payable to BRHS as the time of registration to hold your spot in class. Students must be 15 years of age to begin the class. Driving times will be scheduled with Mr. Gold with groups of 2 students. All students must complete 6 hours of driving and 6 hours of observation with an instructor in a driver ed car and pass the skills test (road test). This is in addition to the in person class and 40 hours of driving that must be completed with a parent.

As part of the covid-19 pandemic, this class can possibly go to the online format at anytime.