Brad Nederveld, owner/instructor of Georgetown Driving School, has a Bachelor of Science and a Master's Degree in Education from Grand Valley State University. He has taught 5th grade in Hudsonville Public Schools since 1999. Brad and his wife Chalee live in Hudsonville and their three children attend Hudsonville Public Schools. He taught driver's education in Hudsonville's Driver Education program until he began Georgetown Driving School in 2004. Georgetown Driving School has continued to grow as it serves Hudsonville, Georgetown, Jenison and neighboring communities. Brad's many years of teaching driver education has given him the experience to educate teens to be safe and responsible drivers.
Jeff Tubergen, instructor, has a Bachelor of Science Degree from Calvin College and a Master's Degree in Social Work from Grand Valley State University. He began his career as a Youth Pastor at Cottonwood Heights CRC in Jenison for 7 years, and then transitioned into School Social Work in 2004. Jeff is currently a social worker and basketball coach at Hudsonville High School. Jeff and his wife Tara live in Hudsonville and their three daughters attend Hudsonville Public Schools. He taught driver's education for Byron Center's Driver Education program for 10 years until joining Georgetown Driving school in 2017. Jeff's experience and patience working with teens helps him educate students to be safe and responsible drivers.
Nate Bolhuis, instructor, has a Bachelor’s degree in Elementary Education from Cedarville University and a Master’s degree in Educational Technology from Grand Valley State University. He has taught for Hudsonville Public Schools since 1996. Nate has worked with both middle school and elementary students over his teaching career. He is currently teaching fourth grade at Park Elementary School. He and his wife, Heather, live in Hudsonville and have five children. Nate taught driver’s education a few years prior to joining Georgetown Driving School in 2020. Nate’s patience and calm demeanor help him educate teens to be safe and responsible drivers.