Homeschool Driver’s Ed and License Information

Driver's Education Resources

At Let’ we’ve got a lot of collective years of experience helping our teens learn to drive and finding out the best methods of getting a driver’s license as a homeschool student. It is a pretty straightforward process, but there are a few options that you can choose from.

Driver’s Education ResourcesFirst, as a homeschooler you can teach your student how to drive yourself. You can also add this to their transcripts as an elective course. Warning: This is a cheap/free option, but there are alot of gray hairs and adrenaline rushes involved in the process)

Second, you can find an indepenent driver’s education teacher and have them teach your teen how to drive. This is definitely the less stressful method, but it can be somewhat costly.  And, sort of a third option – There are some school districts that will allow your student to take Driver’s Ed courses with at the local public high school.

Whatever you choose to do with your teen’s driving instruction, there are things to consider as far as the state guidelines and even automobile insurance. We’ve compiled  a list of our awesome resources on this topic to make navigating this process as easy as possible for you and your family.

Homeschool Driver’s Ed – what to expect

Driver’s Ed Requirements for Homeschoolers by State

Is Formal Driver’s Ed Instruction Available to Homeschoolers?

Slideshow: Driver’s Ed for the Homeschooler

Driver’s Education from a Mother’s Perspective

AtoZ Driver’s Education


Jamie Gaddy, B.S., M.Ed., Ed.D. has been an education professor for over 17 years. She is also a pastor’s wife, freelance writer, and entrepreneur who now homeschools four of her six children (ages 9-15) in a sweet tea sippin’, wrap around porch sittin’, sweet southern Georgia town. Jamie is also a contributing author at Online Education for Kids and MomSCHOOL

August 23, 2017


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