Kentucky high school students will have to keep a close eye on their grades if they want to keep driving this school year.
The new "No Pass, No Drive" law goes into effect this Wednesday.
Under the law students have to pass at least two thirds of their high school classes if they want to keep their driver's license.
The law also applies to students who drop out or have more than nine un-excused absences.
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