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With a Bachelor's in religion and a Master's in teaching, both from Whitworth University, your RAD instructor, Michael McKibbin, has served as youth pastor, private Christian school teacher, and public school educator. And after attending private Christian schools; all three McKibbin kids are now attending
Anthony Campos is the instructor with over 20 years of experience teaching teenagers, adults and senior citizens. He has a BA degree in economics from the University of California and an MBA in business management from Golden Gate University in San Francisco. He worked for the Bank of America for two
Our driving lessons prepare each student to be successful, safe, and confident driver while still having fun. With us you will learn to drive in real life situations from our in- class sessions to behind the wheel lessons. All our instructors are certified, have a full background check, clean driving
Being locally owned and operated business, we are proud of the thousands of students who have come through our school, since 1997. We have a thorough knowledge of the road laws and driving techniques. Our instructors teach practical and theoretical skills in a friendly and responsible way. We provide
We operate an excellent program and have achieved a positive foundation for the task of driving in a very complex highway transportation system. We are continually trying to update our program in order to teach the most current defensive driving techniques. Smooth Ride Driving School is licensed by the
Now in 2012, due to many requests from our customers we are adding Driver Education to our course offerings. Using the same Adult Learning Techniques we have been using for years, it is our goal to eliminate the boring classroom times and to stimulate students to learn with understanding, not memorization