Thank you for taking the time to visit our site and to see what all we have to offer! It is hard to believe that we have been open for over three years now and have two locations. Opening up a driving school became a dream of mine while I was still teaching Driver/Physical Education at Franklin County High School. I wanted to continue my passion for teaching but at the same time, be able to have the ability to work with all different ages and types of people within the community.
It is never an easy decision to leave the security of one job and open a small business. So far, I have found the rewards of helping people, one license at a time, has far surpassed the fear of not making it as a company. I owe the majority of our school’s success to the amazing, experienced, and dedicated staff we have at Aim High. Their dedication to teaching the importance of driver education and safety is a true testament to their character. As educators, drivers, and parents ourselves, we know just how important it is for all new drivers to receive the very best of classroom and on-the-road instruction available! Please take a few extra seconds to read about our wonderful instructors in the below section and thank you again. Safe travels!
Holly Carpenter, owner
Holly Carpenter has been an educator in Franklin County School System for six years. She has taught Driver Education for four years at Franklin County High School. Holly is a 2008 graduate from Emory and Henry.
- Reed Carpenter has been an educator in the Virginia School System for twelve years. He is currently teaching math at Botetourt High School. Reed is a 2005 graduate from Virginia Tech.
- Nancy Castillo has been an educator in Franklin County School System for over 30 years. She has taught Driver Education for 18 years at Franklin County High School. Nancy is a 1985 graduate from Emory and Henry College.
- Carla Tyree has been an educator in Franklin County School System for over 26 years. She teaches English at Franklin County High School. Carla is a 1989 graduate from James Madison University.
- Anna Garcia, graduated from Franklin County High School in 2010. She has interpreted for the Hispanic community for the past five years while working as an insurance agent. Anna Garcia se graduó de Franklin County High School en el 2010. Ella a interpretado para la comunídad Hispana por los ultimos cinco años, mientras que trabajába comó agente de azeguransa.