Andy WyrtzenOwner/Certified Instructor
Andy received his Bachelor of Arts in Education from the University of Delaware in 1999 and has taught in some capacity for the past twenty years. For the first five years he taught sixth grade in public school, while earning his Master’s Degree in Education. He then transitioned to teaching Physical Education at St. John’s Academy and earned his plus thirty credits in the areas of physical education, health, and driver’s education
It was at this point that he was introduced to behind-the-wheel education and teaching individuals how to drive. He has long enjoyed driving (he drives a lot) and has a good sense of direction and time management. His history with driving and experience working with children make him a skilled driving instructor. He believes that it is important for a driving instructor to understand that every student learns differently. Everyone possesses different driving abilities and unique personalities, which is why it is important to tailor the learning experience to the needs of each student.
Andy has taught driving instruction for over nine years, working with established driving schools in Central New Jersey beginning in 2010. After a year and a half, he expanded his client base to include Bergen County. He focuses on his former students from St. John’s Academy and that has led to teaching many other teenagers from Bergen County. His goal has been to own and operate a driving school in Norwood, New Jersey that will prepare students with the skills and knowledge they will need in order to master the roads of NJ and beyond.
Born and raised in central New Jersey Joe has extensive knowledge of Hunterdon, Middlesex, Bergen, Somerset, and Mercer counties. Now 39 years old, with over eleven years experience teaching behind the wheel instruction, Joe truly enjoys himself when working with his students. Joe worked and paid his way through college and earned his degree in Environmental Technology in 2003. Besides teaching full time Joe competes as an amateur golfer with the NJSGA and has many outdoor hobbies like kayaking, camping, and fishing.
Chris received his bachelors in Health and Physical Education at East Stroudsburg University in 2017 and has been teaching in the public school systems since then. He has also coached wrestling for 3 years. Chris was born and raised in Bergen County and has extensive knowledge of the area.
He takes pride in helping his students succeed whether it is in physical education class, health class, wrestling or driving instruction.