NOTE: The first round of VOEs needed for the Summer Break can be requested until 4pm on Wednesday, May 17th, 2023. They will be processed and emailed by Tuesday, May 23rd, 2023 (to student's AISD email account). No requests will be taken from May 17th, 2023, after 4pm until May 30th, 2023. The second round of requests for Summer VOEs will resume May 30th, 2023.


If you wish to teach your student to drive or obtain his/her driver's license/permit, and your student is 15 years old, your student may request a VOE.  

STUDENTS:  To request a VOE, you must fill out this request form.*

*can only be accessed by your AISD student account



Verification of Enrollment and Attendance (VOE)

In order to receive a driving permit from the Texas Department of Public Safety (DPS), a student will need a VOE (Verification of Enrollment and Attendance).  Students must be at least 15 years old to get a VOE. 

VOE/TEA POLICY (For Obtaining or Renewing a Driver's License)

In order for a student to obtain a Verification Of Enrollment and Attendance Form (VOE/TEA Form) to obtain a driver's license (including learner's permit), the student must be in attendance for 90% of the days the class was offered in the previous semester. For example, if the student is seeking a VOE/TEA Form for the Spring, issuance of the form will be based on attendance of each class in the previous fall semester.

Requirement to receive a VOE/TEA Form to obtain a driver's license are as follows:

TEA Policy States:

19 TAC, Subchapter C. - 61.43 Absences - a student must be in attendance 90 percent of the days the class is offered. If a student has a absences that the district recognizes as excused or as an extenuating circumstance and the student satisfactorily makes up work missed, the student shall be considered in attendance for the purpose of computing compulsory attendance and for the driver's license eligibility.

The VOE document is a governed record as defined under the Texas Penal Code 3.01(2). Any misrepresentation by the applicant or person issuing the form may result in denial of the application for a Texas driver's license and/or criminal prosecution.

In accordance with TEA, Laura Lea Bauer, Program administrator for the Safety and Driver Education Division of the Texas Education Agency, stated the following about the TEA policy on the issuance of VOE/TEA Forms:

School enrollment and attendance as a condition of licensing a student to operate a motor vehicle applies to persons under 18 years of age unless a high school diploma or its equivalent has been obtained.

Schools can issue a VOE form to students who fail a class if the student attended at the minimum of 90% in each class they were enrolled. School cannot issue a VOE form to students who fail a class if the student failed because they did not attend the class a minimum of 90 percent.