30 Hour Classroom Information

  • Certified licensed teachers instruct the Driver's Education program for Chisago Lakes School District students. Minnesota state law requires students receive 30 hours of classroom instruction which includes lecture, class discussion films, written work from textbooks and written tests.

    Classes are offered at Chisago Lakes High School, after-school September-May and mornings in the summer.

    $360 is due at time of registration and pays for the 30-hour classroom and 6 hours of behind-the-wheel lessons.

Upcoming Class Dates

  • October 25 - November 5

    • Monday-Friday from 2:30-5:30 pm
    • High School Lecture Hall - In-person class
    • Parent Meeting  Monday, October 25 at 4:00-5:30 pm in the High School Media Center
    • Make-Up Date on Monday, November 8 from 2:30-5:30 pm in the Lecture Hall
    • Permit Test offerd on Tuesday, November 9 at the High School at 2:30pm.
    • Register Online

Parent Meeting

  • A parent meeting is held during each 30 Hour Classroom session. Please attend this parent meeting to receive valuable materials to guide you and your student during this process. No students allowed, only parents. Topics will include:

    • Graduated driver licensing
    • Safety risks associated with novice drivers
    • Potential influence of adults on driving behavior of novice drivers
    • Additional resources

    There is an optional Supplemental Parent class that follows the parent meeting. We suggest you attend. This short class will result in lowering your student's supervised driving log from 50 to 40 hours (and 15 of those to be nighttime hours). This meeting covers important information and tips about student drivers. After completion, a certificate will be emailed to you. Print and bring this certificate with you during your students license/road test.

     

  • Register now for the upcoming Driver's Ed class!

Bring To Class

    1. Driver's Manual* (*printed or bring electronic device to view Driver's Manual)
    2. Pen or pencil
    3. Notebook or paper  

Helpful Links

    • Driver's Manual (can be printed at home, purchased at License Bureau or viewed on electronic device)
    • Supervised Driving Log                                                   

Contact

  • Coreen Agre