eADAP for Driver's License

eADAP Course & Certificate for Driver's License
Posted on 05/02/2023
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In Georgia, teens under the age of 18 are required by law to show proof that they have completed ADAP in order to obtain their Class D driver’s license. ADAP is an acronym that stands for Alcohol and Drug Awareness Program. 8th grade students at ICMS that have taken the Personal Fitness and Health class for high school credit, complete the program in this course. However the Georgia State Department of Driver Services does not recognize middle schools as a provider of the course. Therefore, these students will need to register and complete the eADAP course from the Georgia Department of Driver Services in order to get the certificate that they will need to submit to get their Driver's License.

See the flyers below for instructions and more information on the eADAP program.

eADAP Information

How Does eADAP Work?

Contact Coach Hill, ICMS Athletics Liaison, at [email protected] if you have any questions.