Pacific High School | Driver Education

Pacific High School is a California private high school that satisfies the California Education Code requirements for students to obtain a high school diploma or to take additional classes not available from your local high school. Designed for all high school students (freshmen, sophomores, juniors and seniors) in public and private high schools in Sacramento, San Francisco, San Jose, Los Angeles, Long Beach, Orange County, San Diego, Riverside and all other areas of California. (Search Engine Description)
We do not offer driver training or behind the wheel classes, you will need to contact a local driving school once you take our driver education class to become a student driver. We recommend California Driver Training.
Class Descriptions
Social Studies
Registration Form
Graduation Requirements
Home Schooling
Drivers Education
Overseas Study

Meets the California Education Code Requirements

Frequently Asked Questions

Is this legal?
Yes, we are registered with the Superintendant of Public Instruction pursuant to the California Education Code as a private high school and have the authority to grant high school diplomas.

Are you accredited?
No, not at this time, we are working towards accreditation by the Western Association of Schools and Colleges but have not achieved that at this time.

How long does it take to receive the class materials?
We mail your class materials by Priority Mail within one day of receiving your registration form and check. The mail seems to take about two days each way depending on where you live in California. Allowing for Sundays and postal holidays, you should receive the materials within a week at the most.

Why take a home study course?
Today's students have busier schedules than ever before. Students are involved in football, basketball, baseball, soccer, swimming and other after school sports. They are also involved in drama, music, student government and other activities. Homework assignments are getting heavier, especially in world history, algebra and computer classes. Everyone is striving to raise your Scholastic Aptitude Test (SAT) scores and get admitted to a good college. It makes more sense to study at home on your own schedule in your spare time.