Green Hope High School
2500 Carpenter Upchurch Rd, Cary, NC  27519               




GHHS PTSA is hosting the StreetSafe Teen Driving Program

Saturday March 16th 2019 from 9am - 1:30p


Students must have their NC learner permit.
It is also recommend students have some behind the wheel experience.
Parents are required to attend the first hour with their student. 
The cost is $30

Streetsafe is a non-profit program offering a unique hands-on driver session designed to make teens safer and more responsible on our roads. Taught in a controlled environment under the supervision of experienced law enforcement and fire personnel – the First Responders who know all too well the tragic results of unsafe driving - young drivers receive an eye-opening, hands-on experience. StreetSafe students will also experience what it's like to be a passenger in these dangerous situations, as well as participating in an inter-active discussion led by experts in the field of crash investigation and impaired driving. Our young drivers get to "See it, Hear it, Do it". And while they are learning, they're having fun!

 Preregistration is required.
Please visit the link below and look for the Green Hope High School event  


StreetSafe is a non-profit program offering a unique Hands-on driving session designed to make teens safer and more responsible on our roads. 


Taught by Police and Fire Personal and focusing on parental involvement,our goal is to reduce the number of injuries,deaths and crashes by young inexperienced drivers. 

Preregistration is required    To register a link will be provided about 6-8 weeks prior to the event

StreetSafe Life Saving Driving Experience
StreetSafe Life Saving Driving Experience

* Local News stations  and  UNC Highway Safety Research Center statistics recognize a significant reduction in young driver crashes in the areas where StreetSafe operates regularly.

Take a moment to see the news coverage we received from a recent StreetSafe Life Saving Driving Experience.



Questions about this event can be sent to Sherri Maleki at

Parents Are the Key!

Throughout the year, talk with your teen about the dangers of driving—and keep the conversation going. CDC also encourages you to take these steps to help keep your teen driver safe:

  • Extend your teen's supervised driving period.
  • Set the rules of the road.
  • Make sure your teen always wears a seat belt.
  • Limit your teen's nighttime driving.
  • Restrict the number of teen passengers allowed in the car.

 Learn more about CDC's Parents Are the Key campaign, research and activities at


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