Educating students and developing the skills need to become safe and responsible drivers.
Georgetown Driving School offers driver education beginning with students age 14 years 8 months old. We offer Segment 1 courses during June and July, and Segment 2 courses during March and November. If interested in Segment 1 or 2, please navigate to the panels to the right. To learn more about us, please select from the menu bar above. Thank you for your interest in Georgetown Driving School.
, owner of Georgetown Driving School, is a life-long Hudsonville resident and teacher. He began teaching driver education at Hudsonville High School’s driver education program until it dissolved in
2004. He then began Georgetown Driving School. Brad’s many years of
teaching driver education has given
him the experience to educate teens
to be safe and responsible drivers.
Location Class Location: Hudsonville High School • Hudsonville, MI 49426
Segment 1 is a combination of classroom and behind-the-wheel experience. During the limited time we have,
your son or daughter will be exposed to many different driving experiences from parallel parking to entering the expressway . In a brief six hours of behind-the-wheel driving, he/she cannot be exposed to every possible driving situation that they will encounter as drivers. It is important that parents and instructors work together to teach good driving habits and
attitudes. I encourage you to have your son/daughter ride in the passenger seat and observe your driving
and the situations you encounter. This will help them become more alert and confident before they get
into the driver education vehicle. For more information visit: Michigan/SOS.Cost and Requirements
Please Call or Email for Availability Prior to Sending in Segment 1 Application Requirements
14 years 8 months of age
Permission from parent/guardian
Segment 1 Application
All necessary forms are found on the panel to your right. The health form and parent waiver must be completed prior to your
son/daughters road driving experience. The health form does not require a physician’s signature, but
must be filled out and signed by the parent or legal guardian of the teenage driver.
The state of MI requires 20/40 vision for all driving students. Consult your
eye doctor or the Ottawa County Health Department if you question your child's vision. The
health dept. offers free vision screening once a month at the Hudsonville office on Port Sheldon. For
more information feel free to call them at 669-0040. Students should have their vision screening done
prior to the first class. If you cannot get into the doctor or the health department before driver ed.
begins, we will have a Snellen eye chart to check your child, however, if vision is less than required,
you may have to postpone driving until vision is corrected.
Segment 2 is the last step before the Road Skills Test. Segment 2 consists of class discussions about your son or daughters experiences on the road thus far. We will talk about the positives and negatives of moving to a Level 2 license while looking at statistics of teen drivers in Michigan. We will also discuss the Road Test and review the basic maneuvers, as well as discuss when and where to take the Road Test. Remember, Segment 2 is a state requirement before your child can take their road test. Cost and Requirements
Please Call or Email for Availability Prior to Sending in Segment 2 Application
30 hours minimum of supervised driving time including a minimum of two hours night driving