Thursday, February 20, 2020

About Classroom Only


Students can elect to take "Classroom Only".  Since the Illinois Secretary of State requires 30 hours of classroom, you may elect to take the classroom portion of our driving program.  Please note that a permit cannot be issued if you are taking classroom only.  All Suburban Driving School offers the complete, state required course necessary for high school students.


What You Will Learn


During our classroom sessions students will be taught the following:

  • Rules of the Road
  • Tips to obtain your permit
  • Driver's License Road Test Tips to obtain your driver's License
  • Parts of the Car
  • Steering & Turning
  • Basic driving skills & tips
  • Driving the car smoothly
  • Defensive Driving Techniques
  • Keeping good control of the car
  • Parking in stalls
  • Driving with Confidence & Having a Positive Attitude
  • Driving in Traffic
  • Parking Uphill & Downhill
  • Decision Making
  • U-Turns & Three - Point Turns
  • Proper Left & Right Turns
  • Reversing & Backing
  • Correct "Right of Way" at Intersections
  • Shifting Gears
  • Merging & Lane Changing
  • Driving Responsible
  • Adverse weather
  • Expressway & Highway Driving
  • Parallel Parking
  • Recovering from a skid
  • Emergency Situations
  • Planning local & long distance trips
  • Insurance tips
  • Maintenance of the car
  • And much more! 



Course Requirements


All students must show documentation that they are eligible to take a driver education course. The basic requirement usually includes: Showing proof of Jr. High School or High School report card which lists 8 passing grades within the last 2 semesters (within the last year). Example: Any student could pass 3 classes during their first semester and 5 classes the second semester. Students will be required to show verification by the end of the second week of class. 

Quick note: 
All students must turn in a "Blue Form" signed by the student's high school or junior high school:

  • If a student has not completed 2 high school semesters.
  • If a student is in 8th grade or is a freshmen.
  • If the high school or junior high school uses a "quarter grading system"
  • If the high school or junior high school uses "trimesters"
  • If the high school or junior high school uses "block scheduling"
  • If the high school or juinor high school does not use "semesters"

The blue form is given out by the classroom instructor on the first day of class.  You can obtain a blue form by clicking on the following link - Blue Form.

All Suburban Driving School will provide information or a form to any student if they:

  • Cannot get copy of their High School report card 
  • Did not pass 8 classes within the last two semesters
  • Are Home Schooled
  • Dropped out of High School
  • Enrolled in a G.E.D. Program
  • Already received a high school diploma

If a student attends Home School Classes, then they will need to complete a "Yellow Form".


Class Schedules


Our classes meet Monday – Thursday for 4 weeks.  Please see our class schedules for a complete list of classes.


Sign Up


Sign up for our Classroom Only Course with All Suburban Driving School today by completing this online form or call our office at 847-223-8607.

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