Fricks Driving School was established in 1960. Bill Wagner purchased it in 1971 and is the current president. He taught science and coached in the SBCSC for 15 years until he decided, in 1983, to pursue his career in driver?s education full time. He has his Masters Degree in Guidance and Counseling. Choosing a driving school is very important. It can set the tone for a lifetime on the road. You want a driving school that goes beyond the basics. That's why we at Fricks Driving School do things a little differently. First, you receive personalized attention in the classroom and behind the wheel. Our instructors give each student private driving time. This one-on-one attention eases the fears and embarrassment of not knowing how to drive or not doing as well as someone else. It helps a student relax and concentrate on learning.As a Fricks Driving School student, you'll learn to drive a shift-type vehicle as well as an automatic. It's fairly easy to learn and may be of help to you in the future...in an emergency or if you're ever required to drive a four- or five-speed shift-type vehicle. Fricks Driving School is one of the few driving schools in Indiana that is authorized to teach the National Safety Council's Defensive Driving Course. Upon completion of our course, you receive credit for four driving points.