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About Our Texas Driving School

Patty Harris

DPS Road Tester - TDLR Driver Ed Supervising Teacher

  • Over 20 years of teaching experience: 6th graders through adults
  • Professional development: Ed.D. in Educational Leadership K-12 at Dallas Baptist University. Thesis: Restorative Practices for At-Risk Youth
  • Hobbies: Spending time with family, traveling, technology, and gray cats
  • Favorite Things: Kilgore College Rangerettes and Rangerette Forever Alumni Activities

Texas Certified State Board Educator Certifications include:

  • Superintendent (EC-12) District-Level Leadership
  • Principal (PK-12) Campus-Level Leadership
  • Secondary Mathematics & Secondary Business (6-12)
  • Generic Special Education & Severely/Profoundly Handicapped (PK-12)
  • English Second Language (PK-12)

Elizabeth Madden

Regional School Director - TDLR Certified Driver Ed Instructor

  • Bachelor of Business Administration with Entrepreneurial Certificate from the University of Texas - Arlington
  • Leadership Arlington - Class of 2018
  • Leadership Grand Prairie - Class of 2019
  • Excited about helping University of Texas - Arlington international students earn a Texas driver license
  • Favorite Things: Cats and technology
  • Hobbies: Creating fantasy art 

Allyssa Chaumont

Assistant School Director - Social Media Coordinator

  • Professional 'High School to Vocation' Transition Coordinator
  • Favorite Things: Her dog "Muffins" and guinea pig "Bim"
  • Hobbies: Photography
  • Motto: Great things come in small packages

Mission Statement

A+ Academy Driving School provides a comprehensive driver education in Arlington and Grand Prairie.

We focus on high-quality classroom, online, and behind-the-wheel instruction by using risk-reduction and collision-free driving strategies.

Safety Tips

The State of Texas records over 3,000 traffic fatalities a year. TxDOT urges all drivers to observe safe driving practices:

  • Be courteous to other drivers
  • Always buckle up, all riders, day and night
  • Pay attention, focus on driving when behind the wheel, put the phone away or turn it off
  • Drive to conditions, slow down when weather conditions are bad
  • Stop for all stop signs and red lights
  • Pass carefully when it's legal and safe
  • Never drink & drive. No under the influence of drugs or medications that cause drowsiness
  • Slow down or move over for flashing lights; a law enforcement vehicle, emergency vehicle, tow truck or TxDOT vehicle that may be stopped along the side of the road.