Ordering License Plates

Q. How can I get an “Education Begins at Home” license plate? I’m so encouraged when I see them on cars! A. Since 2005 when HEAV initiated legislation in Virginia to create the first homeschool license plate in the nation—“Education…

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Planning District Eight Online Program

Homeschool teens who are taking the online driver-education course in Planning District Eight* have a new option for viewing the required 90-Minute Parent/Student Driver Education component. Students and parents can now complete the program online at http://www.90minparentteen.org/. The cost of…

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Driver’s Education Discount

Q: Is there a discount code for any of the parent-taught driver education programs? A: Yes, there is a 10% discount for the National Driver Training Institute if you use the promotional code “HEAV.”

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Religious Exemption and Driver Ed Correction

Note: This Q&A is a follow-on post to the “Religious Exemption and Driver’s License” Q&A published last week. Q. I’m a little confused and think some details may be missing from last week’s question about religious exemption and driver’s education….

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Religious Exemption and Driver’s Licenses

Q. We are homeschooling for religious reasons, and my teen wants to get a driver’s license. The DMV says I need a letter. What can I do? A. The Virginia Code requires that the Department of Motor Vehicles (DMV) have…

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P.E. and Driver’s Education Credits

Q. Is there a requirement for high school homeschoolers to have two years of P.E.? Also, where on a transcript do I give credit for P.E. and driver’s education? A. Homeschoolers are not required to have two years of physical…

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