Driver’s Ed at Nampa Christian
Driver’s Ed at Nampa Christian is a public program sanctioned by the Idaho Department of Education that is offered in partnership with the Caldwell School District. The course includes both the classroom and behind-the-wheel elements required by the state, and is offered twice per year. Students may also complete the in-car instruction with NCHS while concurrently taking the classroom portion through Idaho Digital Learning Academy (please contact Mr. Lacy to explore this option). Our aim with Driver's Education is to offer a quality program that is affordable, safe and convenient.
Fall (this session is FULL)
October 12th-November 22nd, 2020 -- drive portion ONLY (classroom portion is offered online through IDLA)
Winter (two sessions available)
January 17th-February 20th, 2021 -- drive portion ONLY (classroom portion is offered online through the Caldwell School District)
February 7th-March 13th, 2021 -- drive portion ONLY (classroom portion is offered online through the Caldwell School District)
July 19th-August 5th, 2021 -- Mondays through Thursdays from 9:30 AM to 12 PM
Nampa Christian High School
11920 W Flamingo Ave
Nampa, ID 83651
Driving + Classroom Instruction: $300
Driving Only: $250 (IDLA class is $75)
Please direct questions to Eric Lacy, the instructor and program director.
HOW TO ENROLL*
1. Reserve a spot in the next class by making a $50 deposit. Pay in the high school office or online at www.nampachristianschools.com (Click on the PAYMENTS box, enter $50 in the “Miscellaneous” box, and type “Fall, Winter, or Summer Driver’s Ed for (student name)” in the "Comments" box)
2. Within 2-3 business days, you will receive an email from the instructor confirming your enrollment in the class.
3. Purchase a driver education permit before the class start date. The permit MUST be purchased before the student participates in any instruction (ID Code 49-307(3)). For a list of items required to obtain a DT permit, see page 16-25 of the Idaho Driver’s Manual located online at https://itd.idaho.gov/wp-content/uploads/2016/06/driver_manual.pdf
4. Information about permits, final payment, scheduled drives, the Supervised Instruction Period (SIP) and other details will be emailed to enrolled students several weeks before the start of class.
**All students 14-1/2 to 21 years of age, living in a public school district that offers driver education are eligible to enroll (ID Code 33-1703).