In an effort to ensure safer roads and equip teen drivers with the necessary skills and knowledge to navigate the challenges of the road, the Osceola County Sheriff’s Office offers a very special program called the Teen Driver Challenge. The next class is scheduled for this Saturday September 23, 2023 and will be held at the  Osceola County Sheriff’s Office Training Facility, located at 3901 Arthur J Gallagher Blvd. in St. Cloud.

The Importance of Teen Driver Education

The statistics are sobering – motor vehicle accidents are the leading cause of death among teenagers in the United States. In response to this alarming trend, many law enforcement agencies, including the Osceola County Sheriff’s Office, have taken proactive measures to educate young drivers about safe driving practices. The Teen Driver Challenge is a prime example of this dedication to fostering responsible driving behavior.

What is the Teen Driver Challenge?

The Teen Driver Challenge is an intensive driver education program designed to provide teens with the tools and knowledge needed to become confident, cautious, and skilled drivers. The program covers a wide range of topics, including defensive driving techniques, hazard recognition, vehicle control, and the importance of avoiding distractions while driving. (Drivers must have a learner’s permit for six months or more)

The Next Class: September 23, 2023

The upcoming Teen Driver Challenge class on August 19 at the Osceola County Sheriff’s Office Training Facility located at 3901 Arthur J Gallagher Blvd. in St. Cloud, promises to be an invaluable experience for young drivers and their families. With a focus on hands-on training and interactive learning, participants can expect a comprehensive program that combines classroom instruction with practical exercises.

During the training, participants will have the opportunity to learn from experienced law enforcement officers who are well-versed in road safety practices. They will be guided through various scenarios that simulate real-world driving challenges, allowing them to develop critical decision-making skills in a controlled environment.

If you have a Learner Restricted license, you must have a fully licensed driver, over the age of 21, in the front seat with you, when you arrive and leave this training. It’s The Law!

How to Participate

Registration for the Teen Driver Challenge is open to teenagers between the ages of 15 and 19 who possess a valid learner’s permit or driver’s license. Interested participants can contact the Osceola County Sheriff’s Office or visit for more information about enrollment, fees, and required documentation.

The Osceola County Sheriff’s Office Teen Driver Challenge is not just a program; it’s a commitment to the safety of our roads and the future of our young drivers.

If you’re a teenager in the Osceola County area, don’t miss the chance to be a part of the upcoming Teen Driver Challenge class on September 23. By participating, you’re not just learning to drive – you’re learning to drive safely and responsibly.