• Alert:

    Wayne County will resume in-person classes on Monday, September 28 on an alternating schedule.  In-person students will be assigned to attend school on either Red (Monday & Wednesday) or White (Tuesday and Thursday) days.  All other days will be virtual days.  Expect communication from your child’s teacher regarding their assignment by the end of the day on Tuesday, September 22nd. Arrangements will be made for all members of the same household to attend on the same days.  Students who chose the full-time virtual option will continue with virtual instruction. 

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Driver's Permit

Info on 4-Hour Driving Course:
If you still need to sign up for the Alive at 25 class, you can do so by visiting http://www.kentuckysafedriver.com  or call 502-699-2295


Kentucky Driver's Manual: 





Online Driver's Permit Practice Test: http://migration.kentucky.gov/kytc/practicedriversexam/


No Pass/No Drive Law

The No Pass/No Drive law (HB 32) was implemented on August 1, 2007. In the new legislation, this law will apply to ALL students 16 and 17 years old who apply for a permit or license on or after August 1, 2007.

It is important to understand that when a sixteen or seventeen year old goes to the circuit court clerk’s office to obtain a permit, a School Compliance Verification Form must be presented verifying that the student is in compliance with KRS 159.051.

The School Compliance Verification Form may be picked up in the Wayne County High School Counselor's Office for students enrolled at Wayne County High School.

In order for a student to be in compliance with the law and receive the verification form, they must be passing 5 out of 7 classes the previous school semester and also does not have 9 unexcused absences.

If a sixteen or seventeen year old does not present a school compliance verification form he/she will not be eligible to obtain a permit.

When a sixteen or seventeen year old student drops out of school, has 9 unexcused absences in a semester or is declared to be academically deficient (not passing 4 out of 5 classes), the schools will report electronically to the Division of Driver Licensing. The Division of Driver Licensing will suspend the student’s privilege to drive and notify the driver of the suspension.

The schools will also report when a student is back in compliance, at the end of each semester, with KRS 159.051 to the Division of Driver Licensing. The Division of Driver Licensing will reinstate the student’s driving privilege.