Driver's Education

Is your teen ready to learn to drive? The Lingle Driving Academy is coming to the JCC to prepare teenagers for the challenges of the road. Over five days students will complete the 30-hour classroom training portion of the 38-hour course. Driver's Ed is available for teens ages 14 and 9 months to 17 years. The cost is $435 per member or $450 per non-member.  

how to get started

STEP 1: Click here to register a new student 
STEP 2: Find your upcoming class below and click "Pay for Class"
STEP 3: Apply for a Class E Temporary Instructional Permit (see Required Documentation)

UPCOMING CLASSES - UPTOWN
9:00 AM - 3:00 PM
July 29 - August 2  |  Pay for Class  (If you have questions or need additional information, please email Leigh Goodman at leigh@nojcc.org.)

UPCOMING CLASSES - METAIRIE
9:00 AM - 5:00 PM
May 27 - 30  |  Pay for Class
July 22 - 25  |  Pay for Class

Required Documentation

Before you attend any upcoming driver’s education class, you will need to apply for a Class E Temporary Instructional Permit at any local DMV location (per R.S. 32:409.1 and R.S. 32:410). 

  • Bring the following to the Office of Motor Vehicles to obtain a Temporary Instructional Permit for Driver’s Education:
  • Original or state certified birth certificate (no photocopies) and another primary document or two secondary forms of identification. 
  • Social Security Card
  • School Enrollment Form (obtained from current school)
  • Original or Court Certified Custody Papers (if applicable)
  • Legal Custodial/Domiciliary Parent/Guardian with their driver’s license or state ID card

View DMV website

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