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  • Drivers Ed

    Michigan's driver education curriculum is split into two segments and is required for all teen drivers under age 18. Segment 1 driver education is offered before the driver begins supervised driving. It requires a minimum of 24 hours of classroom instruction and a minimum of six hours of behind-the-wheel instruction. Before beginning Segment 1, a teen must be 14 years, 8 months of age and have parent/guardian permission. (Behind-the-wheel instruction will take place outside of regular class day/time for up to 3 weeks after last day of scheduled class.) Segment 2 driver education is offered after the driver has held a valid MI Graduated Level 1 Learner's License (from MI Secretary of State) for at least three continuous months and has acquired 30 hours of driving experience time including a minimum of two hours of night driving. Segment 2 includes a minimum of six hours of classroom instruction. When classes have been scheduled and open for enrollment, they will appear in this section. If none are showing, that means no classes are currently available. Check back frequently to see if new classes are available. PLEASE NOTE - WAITLIST POSITIONS DO NOT TRANSFER FROM ONE SESSION TO ANOTHER. IF INTERESTED IN A SESSION, PLEASE REGISTER FOR THAT SESSION SEPARATELY.
  • Latchkey

    Community Education is the educational philosophy that underlies community schools and advocates the creation of opportunities for community member-individuals, schools, businesses and public and private organizations-to become partners in addressing community needs. Community Education is most easily recognized in the community school as an entity that is open beyond the traditional school day for the purpose of providing academic, recreation, health, social service and work-preparation programs for people of all ages. Bedford Latchkey’s Program is founded on the belief that children should enjoy their childhood in a safe learning rich environment. We believe “play” is essential in the development of a child’s emotional, intellectual, social and physical development when combined with activities that bridge, engage and extend prior knowledge while enhancing basic life skills.
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