Fall Registration is open and, due to heavy traffic, there are delays and server timeouts that occur. Please be patient and try again. Due to capped enrollment at each site, not everyone will get into a fall class. Please monitor your school’s site during the semester in the event a seat opens and becomes available.
Please do not call the office since Jordan Driving School staff has no ability to pace the registration process and once a class is fully enrolled, it is closed and no longer visible.
To see the class schedules and online payment links, please CLICK the type of class you are interested in from the list below.
- Public School After School Classes
- Private, Charter & Select Other School Classes
- Home School Classes
- Saturday Classes
- Spring Break Classes
- Winter Break Classes
- Summer Classes
Until 2011, North Carolina high school students took Driver Education at no charge. Due to state funding cuts during the 2011 Legislative Session, the North Carolina General Assembly cut over five million dollars from the state’s Driver Education allotment. Wake County Schools was given permission to charge each student enrolled in Driver Education a fee of up to $45.00 to make up for lost funds. In 2013, the North Carolina Driver Education budget was again reduced; therefore, beginning August 6, 2013, the Wake County School System will charge a fee of $55.00 to students taking Driver Education. Beginning July 1, 2015, the Wake County School System will charge a fee of $65.00 to students taking Driver Education.