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Driver’s Ed

All students, whether in public or private schools or homeschooled, can receive driver’s ed instruction through their districted public high school. Durham Public Schools does not offer driver education classes at Trinity. See below for links to the driver education pages of the local public school systems.

      Durham County Schools Drivers Education 

      Chapel Hill-Carrboro City Schools Drivers Education 

      Orange County Schools Drivers Education

      Chatham County Schools Drivers Education

      Alamance-Burlington School System Drivers Education

      Wake County Schools Drivers Education
        (click on Services and then on Drivers Education)

Student Parking Privileges and Permits

Parking on the Trinity campus is considered a privilege that eligible students are granted on a yearly basis. Upper School students holding a valid NC driver’s license must submit a parking permit form and meet the school requirements below to be permitted to park on campus. 

Due to Trinity’s limited number of parking spaces and anticipated growth in the Upper School, the opportunity for underclassmen to park on campus may change in the future.

To obtain a student parking permit, students must

  • Complete a parking permit form available online or from Virgilla Gist, Upper School Assistant. 
  • Submit a copy of their driver’s license and insurance card.

Requirements and restrictions for on-campus student parking permits: 

  • Students must drive safely while on campus. Instances of speeding or reckless driving in the parking lot are grounds for immediate revocation of the parking permit.
  • Students may park in designated student parking areas only. Students who park elsewhere risk losing their parking privileges.
  • Students may not go to their cars or into the parking lot during the school day or during official school social events without explicit permission from an Upper School teacher or administrator. 

 

Transportation Permission Form

Each year, parents must complete a form indicating whether or not their student has permission to drive other students to off-campus activities and/or to ride with other student drivers to these activities. Seniors are not allowed to leave campus during their free periods if Trinity does not have their transportation permission form on file.

      Transportation Permission Form

 



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