Rick Johnson offers more than 40 years of teaching experience and has served as an instructor for various institutions. He graduated from Wichita State University with a Master’s Degree in School Administration. Married for more than 40 years, he is blessed with 3 children and 7 grandchildren. His work experience is as follows:
Driver’s Education Instructor, Andover, KS, Schools – 33 years
Driving Instructor, WDS, Wichita, KS – 8 years
Owner: Legacy Driving School of Andover, KS- 7 years
Member of Andover, KS Chamber of Commerce
Member of National Safety Council
Member of Kansas Driver Safety Education Association (KDSEA)
Member of Driving School Association of Americas (DSAA)
Assistant Principal, Augusta, KS, (Now Retired) – 10 years
Teacher/Coach, Andover, KS, Public Schools – 11 years
Teacher/Coach, Wichita, KS, Public Schools – 15 years
Teacher/Coach, Michigan Public Schools - 7 years
To promote and facilitate student development and safety
To instill good habits for safe driving
To emphasize that getting a driver’s license is not a right – it is a privilege that must be earned and maintained
To assure that a new driver will be a capable and proficient person who is able to:
Demonstrate a working knowledge of the rules and procedures of operating an automobile
Use visual search skills to obtain correct information and make reduced-risk decisions about driving maneuvers
Demonstrate ability to manage space around the vehicle by adjusting position and/or speed to avoid conflicts and reduce risks
Interact with other users within the Highway Transportation System in a positive manner
Demonstrate vehicle control through steering, braking, and accelerating in a precise and timely manner
Protect oneself and others by using safety belts and head restraint
Display knowledge of responsible actions in regard to physical and psychological conditions affecting driver performance
Extend supervised practice with licensed parent, guardian, or mentor to develop precision in the use of skills, processes, and responsibilities
6 hours of quality one-on-one behind-the-wheel driving instructions
Receipt of temporary permit (unless you already have a Photo Instructional Permit) to take to the DMV (Department of Motor Vehicles) and to be exchanged for 1 year Photo Instructional Permit. Student does not need permit to take the driving course.
Receipt of “Certificate of Completion,” given that the student will score 80% or better on the 50-item multiple choice written test and will successfully complete the driving test, which entails the consistent performance of driving maneuvers and tasks without the instructor’s prompt
Exception from further testing at DMV
Note: DMV reserves the right to test or deny any applicant of a license.
Note: Teens (14-19 yrs old) Hold on to the “Certificate of Completion” until Photo Instructional Permit expires, then go to DMV to get the license.
REMEMBER: Driving is a privilege, not a right; it is a privilege that must be earned and maintained.
Paid at the Time of Registration
*Fees must be paid in full to receive temporary permit and Behind-the-Wheel instruction.
*Additional driving hours available. Contact office for scheduling and pricing.
*Please make checks payable to Legacy Driving School.
*We accept all types of payments: credit cards, checks, and cash payments.
Note: Lost Replacement Fee: $10.00 to replace lost Permit or Certificate of Completion.
Rick Johnson, President