4260 Stagecoach Trail NorthStillwater, MN 55082
Safeway Driving School and St. Croix Preparatory Academy have teamed up to bring quality driver's education to St. Croix Prep students. Classes are for St. Croix Prep students only.
30 hours of classroom and 6 hours of behind-the-wheel training
$385 payable at registration to St. Croix Preparatory Academy
After School classes are held during the school year on Mon - Thu from 4:15 - 7:15 pm
Registration and payment is made through St. Croix Preparatory Academy. To register, click Sign Up on the appropriate time and start date in the calendar below. For information about registration, please contact Theresa Seichter, Upper School Administrative Assistant at email@example.com or 651-395-5701.
For information about the program or curriculum, call Safeway Driving School at 651-351-9150
Not a problem. Safeway has designed our classroom program around busy kids. Lessons
can be taken in any order, though we do recommend Lesson #10 be taken at or near
the end. If you miss a lesson, you are responsible for making up that exact lesson
number. All our calendars are online. You can attend any Safeway classroom or any
community education program to make up a missed lesson with one proviso: if the
class is marked "Class Full" on our web site, please do not attend that class because
there might not be room for you.
There is no need to sign up for a make-up lesson; just arrive for the missed lesson
and sign-in. Our instructors always welcome new students for a make-up class. And
all our instructors can record your attendance in our database and issue a Blue
Card when all the lessons are completed.
If you expect to come late or need to leave early, please understand Safeway follows
the State's requirements very closely. We cannot allow students into the classroom
more than five minutes late. You cannot leave early from a class. If you are unable
to attend the entire class, you should plan to make up the missed lesson on another
day when you can attend the entire class.
And remember, the State does not allow more than one three-hour lesson per day.