Driver Improvement School

Check the driver school information sheet you received to see which is required. Classes fill quickly, so register early. Classes must be completed prior to your supervision end. Please print your classroom payment confirmation and bring it with you to class.

Defensive Driving (DDC6)

Live classroom format: $95 / online: $95

One six-hour Saturday class or two successive three-hour evening classes; or online with court approval.

Alive at 25 Plus

Available as Live classroom ONLY: $95

For students under the age of 25, combining Defensive Driving elements with attitude dynamics. One six-hour Saturday class or two successive three-hour evening classes.

Register for DDC6 online classes(With court approval only) Already registered? Online class instructions

Live class schedule (Class fee must be paid at least 24 hours prior to class)

Option Language Session 1 Session 2 Status
*Contact the Driver Improvement School office at (630) 665-6530 to inquire about space available or to reschedule your class.
Alive at 25 Plus English 09/13/2014 Sat
9:00 AM-3:30 PM
Register
Alive at 25 Plus English 09/27/2014 Sat
9:00 AM-3:30 PM
Register
Defensive Driving (DDC6) Live Spanish 09/29/2014 Mon
6:01 - 9:00 PM
09/30/2014 Tue
6:00 - 9:00 PM
Register
Alive at 25 Plus English 10/18/2014 Sat
9:00 AM-3:30 PM
Register
Alive at 25 Plus English 11/08/2014 Sat
9:00 AM-4:00 PM
Register
Defensive Driving (DDC6) Live English 11/17/2014 Mon
6:00 - 9:00 PM
11/18/2014 Tue
6:00 - 9:00 PM
Register
Alive at 25 Plus English 11/29/2014 Sat
9:00 AM-3:30 PM
Register
Alive at 25 Plus English 12/20/2014 Sat
9:00 AM-3:30 PM
Register

National Safety Council All classes are certified by the National Safety Council and meet six-hour court supervision requirements. For four- or eight-hour classes required for other jurisdictions, call at (630) 285-1121.

SECRETARY OF STATE REMEDIAL EDUCATION REQUIREMENT

The DuPage Driver School classes do NOT meet a requirement for a Secretary of State-ordered remedial class. See the sidebar for more information.

Questions?

Call (630) 665-6530 or email creed@dcba.org
Monday–Friday, 8:30 am–4:30 pm

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Please note that classes offered by the DuPage Driver School are the only classes officially approved to meet court supervision requirements for the DuPage County, Illinois 18th Judicial Circuit. Students may register themselves for both classroom and online sessions. Be sure you register for the class that is required by the court. Before you begin the registration process, you must have the following information:

  • Your full name as it appears on your driver's license
  • Complete CURRENT address
  • Driver's License Number, if any
  • Birthdate
  • Case Number (example, 2013TR012345, no spaces or other characters)*
  • Court location*
  • Arresting/Ticketing Agency*
  • End of Supervision Date (next court appearance)*
  • Credit card information is required to purchase an access code for the online class option.
  • Classroom sessions do not require immediate payment

If you need to reschedule a class, the class you need is full or no class is shown with a date prior to your end of supervision, you MUST call the office during normal business hours at 630.665.6530 for assistance.

NOTE: Our classes meet requirements for traffic court supervision only.  If you need to take a class to reinstate or prevent license suspension for the Secretary of State, you must take a remedial class offered only through the National Safety Council as designated by the Illinois Secretary of State.  You can call the NSC for more information or to register for a remedial class at 800.822.7099.  You may be required to take both classes to meet both court and Secretary of State requirements.  It is the student's responsibility to ensure the correct class or classes are completed in a timely manner.

*If any of the above information is missing or unclear, you can find court related information at www.dupagecase.com BEFORE you register. Incorrect information used in the class registration process could result in your class completion not being recognized by the court.