Community Education

Driver Education

2020 Summer Driver Education (Session 1 & 2)

Classes are opening following Governor Abbott's guidance given in May.  

Reduced class size, social distancing, and CDC health guidelines will be followed.


Session 1: June 15 - July 9 (please refer to registration form for time and location)

Session 2: June 29 - July 29 (please refer to registration form for time and location)


The fee is $375.00 by cash or check, or 2 payments of $187.50.  


If you register and pay online with a credit card, there will be a 4.15% service charge and the fee is $390.00 or 2 payments of $195.00.


All payments MUST be made before the first day of class.


Driver Education Information AND Registration Forms:


Driver Education Handbook


As of September 1, 2013, parents must drive 30 hours with their child and log the information on the provided Texas Education Agency Log.  Please read the information on the 2nd page of the log and the guide provided.


Parent Behind the Wheel Log


Parent Behind the Wheel Guide


Documents needed when your student goes to DPS office for testing:

1.  Verification of birth date, social security number, and supporting form of ID

  • Acceptable documentation for birth date includes:  Original or certified copy of a US Department of State Certification of Birth/court order with name and birth date
  • Acceptable documentation of social security number includes:  Original social security card or health card (if member # represents social security number)
  • Acceptable documentation for supporting form of ID includes:  Current semester report card, school transcript, or school ID card

2.  Verification of Enrollment form, obtained from student’s HS attendance office

3.  Proof of residency (utility bill, gas bill, mortgage agreement, lease agreement, and/or notarized letter from landlord)

4.  30-Hour Behind-The-Wheel Instruction Log (If taking the driving test)

5.  Certificate of Completion of Impact Texas Teen Drivers course from

DPS Offices nearby:
New Braunfels    830-629-5020
Universal City     210-945-1900
San Marcos        512-353-2770
Seguin                830-379-6802


Effective September 1, 2015 - Impact Texas Teen Driver Program

Starting September 1, 2015, any driver license applicant, ages 16-24, who have successfully completed a Teen Driver Education Course (32 hours classroom/44 hours behind the wheel) and issued a DE-964 are required to take Impact Texas Teen Drivers (ITTD) before being administered a driving skills examination.

ITTD is a free 2 hour informational video that is available through a Third Party Skills Testing (TPST) authorized school or the Department's Impact Texas Teen Drivers website:

Upon completion of the ITTD program teenagers will receive a Certificate of Completion that must be presented prior to administering the drive skills examination.  The ITTD Certificate of Completion must be dated within 90 days of the administered skills examination.  

NOTE:  ITTD does not replace the distracted driving module provided in the 32 hours of drivers education classroom phase.  The program has been added to emphasize the ever-increasing dangers of distracted driving. For more information, visit Questions may be addressed to the Department of Public Safety at (512) 424-2000. 

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