Learning to drive is a major milestone in a teenager’s life. It’s important for young or inexperienced drivers to learn safe driving techniques. There are four different ways Joshua’s Law can be satisfied for teenagers to meet the requirements for a Class D license. The program offered by South Georgia Technical College (SGTC) meets the option that includes 30 hours of classroom instruction and 6 additional hours of drive time with an instructor. SGTC provides a (DDS approved) Driver’s Education program in cooperation with the Georgia Driver’s Education Commission (GDEC).
Students ages 15-17 with a Georgia learner’s permit are encouraged to apply for the grant scholarship (value of $350.00). Scholarships are not awarded by SGTC and therefore, SGTC will not be able to check the status of scholarship applications. GDEC operates the scholarship program so any scholarship inquiries will need to be directed to GDEC. Program eligibility information can be found by clicking here.
Go to https://georgiadrivers.ga.gov to apply for the grant scholarship. WAIT until you receive a code (via email) before completing the SGTC online registration form below. Scholarship codes must be received before the class start date and entered on the online class registration form. If you do not wish to apply for a scholarship and are ready to make payment of $350.00, continue with Steps 2-4.
READ all information below before choosing your preferred class. Please see the class schedule below, along with the deadline dates for applying for scholarships.
Select from the current available classes. Keep in mind scholarships must be used within 180 days of email notification. More classes will be added for the second half of 2018.
|2018 SGTC Americus Campus class schedule||2018 SGTC Crisp County Center class schedule|
|Feb. 8 (4:45pm-10:00pm)
Feb. 10 (8:00am-1:15pm)
Feb. 11 (1:00pm-6:15pm)
Feb. 13 (4:45pm-10:00pm)
Feb. 15 (3:45pm-9:00pm)
Feb. 19 (3:45pm-9:00pm)
*Apply for a scholarship by January 5
|Feb. 17 (8:30am-5:15pm)
Feb. 18 (12:45pm-8:15pm)
Feb. 24 (8:30am-5:15pm)
Feb. 25 (12:45pm-8:15pm)
*Apply for a scholarship by January 5
|April 21 (8:00am-1:15pm)
April 22 (1:00pm-6:15pm)
April 23 (3:45pm-9:00pm)
April 24 (12:30pm-6:45pm)
April 25 (12:30pm-6:45pm)
April 26 (12:30pm-3:45pm)
*Apply for a scholarship by March 5
|June 2 (8:30am-5:15pm)
June 3 (12:45pm-8:15pm)
June 9 (8:30am-5:15pm)
June 10 (12:45pm-8:15pm)
*Apply for a scholarship by May 5
Click here to fill out the SGTC Registration Form. Students registering with a scholarship redemption code must present the code with a completed packet to confirm registration. A completed packet must be received no later than one week in advance of the class start date. The packet includes the completion of the online registration form and a clear copy of the student’s learner’s permit (emailed to: firstname.lastname@example.org), on the same day as the online registration form is submitted. If a redemption code isn’t provided on the online registration form, an email will be sent as to where and when payment of $350.00 needs to be made.
South Georgia Technical College reserves the right to cancel, postpone, limit enrollment, split or combine classes, and change instructors and class locations when necessary. For classes cancelled by South Georgia Technical College, registrants are given full refunds.
Services to Students with Disabilities: South Georgia Technical College is committed to providing individuals with disabilities equal access to higher education. Any student in need of testing or classroom accommodations due to a documented disability should contact the Special Populations Coordinator for an appointment to discuss support services. Contact LaKenya Johnson by phone at (229) 931-2595 or by email at email@example.com.
South Georgia Technical College is accredited by the Commission of Colleges of the SACS. A Unit of the Technical College System for Georgia, Equal Opportunity Institution.