Teen Driver Education (under 18)

F.C. Stair School of Driving, Inc. offers 10 hours of classroom instruction in a 1 week period combined with 20 hours of online Classroom and 6 hours of actual behind the wheel driving experience.  The behind the wheel sequence is combined with 6 hour of observation in 2 hour driving sessions.

Students: The total cost of the program for students under the age of 18 is $350. 

The School and the Instructors are Licensed and Certified by the State of Wisconsin

A complete driver education program is offered every month usually starting on the first Monday of every months. The frequency, dates, and time of behind the wheel lessons can be scheduled by the parents and students.

Classroom Instruction

A student may start classroom as early as 14 1/2 years of age, but it is highly recommended that they do not start until about 15 years of age. Once they are 15 1/2 years of age and have started the classroom with all fees paid, they are eligible to get the permit.


The program covers areas such as:

  • Car Maintenance
  • Car Buying
  • Driving Economically
  • Effects of driver condition on risk taking
  • Effects of alcohol and other drugs
  • Environmental and physical factors that effect driving
  • Rural, city, and freeway driving
  • Handling Emergencies
  • Sharing the road
  • Insurance

Behind the Wheel

Behind the wheel consists of 6 lessons, each lesson is 2 hours (1hour driving/1hour observing).

Behind the Wheel Times: (subject to availability of instructor)

3:30 - 5:30, 5:30 - 7:30, 7:30 - 9:30

8:00 -10:00, 10:00 - 12:00, 12:00 - 2:00, 2:00 - 4:00, 4:00 - 6:00


F.C. Stair School of Driving, Inc. offers students applicable knowledge through presentations from Operation Lifesaver (a national railroad grade crossing safety organization), representatives of local insurance agencies, and Wisconsin's Road Team (Wisconsin Motor Carriers Association) (Wisconsin State Patrol).