Brevard Virtual School and Brevard County Sheriff’s Office Offering Driver’s Education Options

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decision regarding July Driver’s Education will be made and shared by June 15

Brevard Public Schools will not be holding June Driver’s Education classes due to the uncertainty with Covid-19 and in conjunction with CDC guidelines. (BPS image)

BREVARD COUNTY, FLORIDA – Brevard Public Schools will not be holding June Driver’s Education classes due to the uncertainty with Covid-19 and in conjunction with CDC guidelines.

A decision regarding July Driver’s Education will be made and shared by June 15.

Brevard Virtual School does offer a Driver’s Education course for students who are at least 14 1/2 years old. Information on this course can be found by clicking HERE.

The Brevard County Sheriff’s Office is also currently scheduling Teen Driving Challenge courses for students ages 15 – 19 that have their learners permit and at least 25 hours behind the wheel.

For more information, go to BrevardSheriff.com, email teendriver@bcso.us or call Community Services at 321-264-7755.

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