Welcome to Cedar Valley High School and the Driver’s Education program. This program is designed to assist students complete the Utah State Requirements and obtain a driver’s license. Please refer to the tabs below to answer your questions. We look forward in helping your student(s) achieve this milestone and become a safe, responsible driver.
US History, Current Issues, Driver's Education, Assistant Football Coach801-610-8825 ext 721204C204Personal Finance, Math 1010/1030/1050/1060, Secondary Math 3 Honors, Driver's Education Coordinator801-610-8825 ext 721257D257
CEDAR VALLEY DRIVER’S ED 2021/2022
DRIVER’S ED FOR THE 2021-2022 SCHOOL YEAR
We will have an online Driver’s Ed starting every month. These classes will need to be completed in 30 days.
For those that would like to attend a face to face class, we will be offering one class before or after school every quarter. Here are the class dates for the face to face classes.
Morning classes will be held MONDAY, TUESDAY, AND THURSDAY’S from 6am to 7:30am
Afternoon classes will be held MONDAY, TUESDAY, AND THURSDAY’S from 2:30pm to 4pm
Session 1 August 30th to October 7th
Session 2 October 25th to December 9th
Session 3 January 10th to February 24th
Session 4 February 28th to April 21st
Driver’s Education classes are offered to all those students who have a Learner’s Permit. Both morning, afternoon and online classes are offered. The classes are held at Cedar Valley High School. There are 6 sessions to chose from–4 sessions are during the school year and 2 sessions are throughout the summer.
The regular 4 sessions of driver’s education meet on Monday, Tuesday and Thursday . The morning sessions meet from 6am – 7:30am. The afternoon sessions meet from 2:30pm – 4pm. Each class session is approximately 8 weeks in length.
All sessions include the:
- Classroom Instruction
- Mandatory Parent/Student meeting
- Range Orientation/observation
- Street Smarts computer simulator program
- Driver’s Education Road/Test experience.
The $150 fee can be paid to the Cedar Valley’s Finance Office or through MySchoolFees. This fee includes: Classroom instruction, Observation & Range, as well as the Road Instruction and test–all of which, are Utah State requirements to obtain a driver’s license. This fee must be paid prior to the first day of the session you have signed up for.
There are two ways to register for the class. You may sign up using the form (right), or you may contact the Driver’s Ed Coordinator BJ Roberts at [email protected] Students must be at least 15 years old and have their Utah Driver’s Permit (learner’s permit) in order to register.
Perfect attendance is vital to the student’s success in the class, on the range and on the road. Students must attend the mandatory meeting, classes, range, and road with a B- (80%) or better to pass the course.
Range and Road are a required component of Driver’s Education. Range and road make up 6 of the required 40 hours needed to drive, prior to obtaining a license. Range is scheduled while in the class and takes place in the evening. If you are taking the online class, you need to schedule range by emailing the Driver’s Ed Coordinator BJ Roberts at [email protected] . Road is schedule with their assigned instructor. All students are encouraged to schedule road when they have completed their 40+ hours of driving and are ready to be tested.
Cedar Valley High School DOES offer an on-line class. This class starts at the beginning of each month September through July. Each student will have one month to complete the necessary course work or retake and repay for the course again. Students who take the Driver’s Education class via on-line, can schedule Range and Road through Mr. Roberts at [email protected] . The cost is $150 for this portion for the online course and Range/Road. Students that are looking for just the Range/Road portion the fee is $105. Students who take the class on-line are required to complete the following:
- Register and complete Street Smart: A Computer Simulator Program. Registration will be available to you when you register for Range/Road.
- Attend any Zero Fatalities Parent/Student meeting. Zero Fatalities meetings are available here, at Cedar Valley, and on the Zero Fatalities website. Students must provide proof of attendance to Mr.Roberts
The mandatory parent/student meeting is one of the attendance days built into the program. This meeting is essential in setting the tone to the importance of driving and the role of both the parent and student. Utah’s Zero Fatalities, in conjunction with our instructors, present important information regarding the class such as rules, regulations and the many obstacles and distractions young drivers face. The meeting lasts approximately 1.5 hours.
Effective January 1, 2016, in compliance with House Bill 147, applicants applying for an original or provisional Class D license are required to pass this additional knowledge test prior to receiving a permanent license. This exam covers driving safety topics and the top five major causes of traffic related deaths as identified by the Utah Highway Safety Office.
A training video will be provided for each section to be viewed before attempting to answer the exam questions for that section.
Each section can be taken multiple times. Once all sections are completed with a score of 100%, the information will be transmitted to the Driver License Division. Find more information HERE.