We are committed to providing a high-quality education for each student to keep them safe along with other roadway users.
In order to receive a certificate of completion of driver's education, you must successfully complete:
Students will need to attend all classes and drive at all scheduled drive times. If a student misses a classroom session, the student shall be assigned a 500-word essay for each hour missed with a maximum of no more than four hours. A document must be signed by the parent stating the reason for the missed class and must be turned into the instructor at the next class. The essay must be submitted at a date assigned by the instructor.
All students must submit a copy of their birth certificate on or before the first day of class.
There will be no drop-offs other than home, school, or work. No earbuds are allowed in class or in the car. Any student swearing, smoking, vaping, juuling, or any tobacco use, lying to an instructor, impaired by any means which to include smelling of alcohol or drugs, exhibiting disruptive behavior, bullying, cheating, and unauthorized cell phone use in classroom or car is grounds for immediate dismissal and will not receive any refund.
A minimum deposit of $200 is required to reserve an available seat. If deposit is not made, your seat is not guaranteed.
At 603 Driving School, we value our partnership with you. The State of New Hampshire Division of Motor Vehicles requires that your student complete 40 hours of driving with a person over 25 years of age with a valid driver's license before your student receives their driver's license. We ask that you comply with this law.
All deposits are non-refundable and may not be transferrable. A student may switch classroom sessions and apply that deposit but will not be applied to any other student or sibling. No reimbursement of tuition will be given upon completion of the second class. Any refund issued prior to the second class will be prorated $125 for each hour completed.
Quiz grades must be a minimum of 75%. Final test must be a minimum of 75%. The student will be allowed to take the final twice. After the first attempt, they must attend a mandatory review.