Conroe *High School Students Texas Driver’s Education Program

*This site is not affiliated with Conroe high school.  The sole purpose of this site is to provide the highest quality off campus driver education to the students thereof.

Conroe High School

Texas Driver’s Education Teen & Adult Driving School

Driving Instructor | Teacher Training & ITD, DE-964 for Student Drivers and Online Driver Ed Class. Take it Online or for Behind the Wheel Instructor Schedule Call 877-877-2525

High School Age (14-17) Teen Online or In-Car, In-Person Class

32 Hour Block or Concurrent Method Available


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Texas Driver Education Students: If you’re a Conroe student between 18 and 25, you’ll need to complete this state required Texas drivers education course. If you’re over 25, this is a great way to complete your testing requirements in advance. TEA/TDLR approved.

This Texas drivers ed school is for teens ages 14-17. There is also a class for Adults aged 18-24 who has yet to get their drivers license.

The course is an easy follow along video enhanced animated instructional class. The classroom part of drivers ed is taken all online. It’s a step by step program and video guided throughout the entire course.

To get your Texas Drivers License learner’s permit students are generally asked to take the driver ed online class that includes both classroom time and driving time with a parent or guardian. This is a driver ed program that allow teenagers to complete this requirement from their home.

Texas Teen Driver Education classes for live, in the car student drivers ed or online. Adult is online only.

Please click on the “Register” button above to learn about the different driver ed options offered. You can also get the Texas driver education workbook or sign up for any of our driver ed home study programs online.

Texas Teen and Adult Driver’s Education

: All versions are available. Teen “in the car” training, online class, or parent taught course. You can get your learners permit by taking the online class, then the actual driving part must be completed with your parent or guardian or one of our local , Texas instructors.

Go to the Impact Texas Drivers ITD Here

Course Overview

Discover why Impact Texas Teen Drivers was created and how this program is implemented into a driver’s license learning curriculum to positively impact highway safety.

1. Texas Driver Education and ITD for Conroe Students
(Ages 14-17)

Complete both classroom instruction and behind-the-wheel training under the supervision of a parent or guardian, all from home. This puts the parent in charge, and gives families peace of mind. DPS/TDLR approved.

2. Texas Instructor In-Car Student Driver Ed for Conroe
(Ages 14-17)

Utilizing interactive features, animations, videos and audio narration throughout, this course will help you develop lifelong safe-driving habits that could save lives, especially your own. TEA/TDLR approved.

3. Texas Adult Online Driver’s Ed for Conroe
(Ages 18+)

Choosing a Driver Education Course

Teen driver ed students must complete the ITD program – learn more


Individuals under 18 years of age are required to complete a driver education course

and present the Texas Driver Education Certificate (DE-964) at the DPS driver license office.

When applying for a license, the driving test is required. The knowledge test will be waived if it was completed during the driver education course.

NOTE: An individual may start the classroom phase of a driver education course at 14 years of age but cannot apply for a learner’s permit license until he/she is at least 15 years of age.

There are three types of driver education for teens:

  1. A traditional driver education course offered by a driver training school
  2. Parent-taught driver education (PTDE)
  3. Driver education offered in public school


Regulation of Driver Education Schools, Driver Safety Schools, Course Providers and Instructors, and the Parent Taught Driver Education (PTDE) program was transferred to the Texas Department of Licensing and Regulation (TDLR). Driver Education options are available at Texas Department of Licensing and Regulation (TDLR) Driver Education and Safety.

Texas Drivers Education Program FAQs & References

1. Will I receive my certificate from the instructor at the end of the driving safety class?

No. By law, the certificate must be mailed to you by the course provider.

2. May I have the course provider mail the certificate directly to the court?

No, the course provider is not permitted to mail the certificate to the court.

3. How long will it take for me to receive the certificate?

You should receive it within one to three weeks after the class is completed unless you request (and pay for) an expedited delivery.

4. If I don’t receive the certificate, who should I contact?

If you don’t receive your certificate within three weeks (21 calendar days) from the date you completed the class, call the telephone number that was given to you by your instructor.

5. Are course providers that have an approved online Alternative Delivery Method allowed to send a course completion certificate to a student by e-mail or via other electronic means?

No. The law and rules require that all certificates of course completion be mailed or sent by a commercial delivery service. Electronic delivery such as e-mail and facsimile are not acceptable as a commercial delivery service.

6. I lost the form that I received when I graduated from my driver education class, and I need it to get my driver license (or for my insurance company). Who can I contact to get a duplicate?

This is the DE-964 or DE-964E Certificate of Completion. To obtain a duplicate certificate, contact the public school or driver education school that you attended or contact your parent taught driver education course provider, if you completed the course via the Parent Taught Driver Education Program.

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