Driver Education - Provided by CESA #2
CESA #2 is assisting Oregon High School with the Drivers' Education Program. For your convenience, students may attain a Wisconsin driver's license through a program offered by CESA #2, either at the Oregon High School campus or online, both during the school year and during the summer.
CESA #2's Drivers' Education program provides both the number of classroom hours and the Behind the Wheel hours required by the state of Wisconsin. The class is a foundation course that emphasizes the theory and practice of responsible, defensive driving. Students learn the mechanics of driving, the execution of most driving operations, and a thorough understanding of the rules of safe driving. The class is designed to improve students' knowledge of traffic safety and to prepare them to receive training for becoming safe operators of motor vehicles. Students will also study the legal and financial obligations of automobile ownership, the care and maintenance of the automobile, accident prevention, the importance of controlling emotions while driving, and the effects of alcohol and other drugs on driving. CESA #2 follows all policies and procedures that are set by Oregon High School.
The cost of the program offered by CESA #2, including both classroom instruction and behind the wheel instruction, is $400. The cost of the online class, including behind the wheel instruction, is $425.
Students must be 15 years old to enter classroom instruction and pass the temporary license tests provided during the classroom session.
Additional information and the registration form are available on this site, in the Student Services office, and may be downloaded at http://cesa2.com.