Sorry for the delay in replying here, Ryan; welcome to NER!
Little insider info here: whether you're cleared for a Regional Competition License
right off the bat (as opposed to a Novice permit) depends on your "Letter of Compliance" from SBRS, which they will furnish for you for a fee - speak to your School/Series Advisor (sales person Evan, Jeff, Chris, or Kelly). What the letter says (or more likely, whether they'll send it or not) depends on the feedback your school instructors made note of at the end of your program. Paperwork (the "dirt sheet") is sent from each Racing School event to the SBRS offices, and the sales staff will consult that before saying you're good to go on a racetrack they aren't renting themselves.
Hope you enjoyed your school, I was your corner worker! I'm hoping to get my comp. license on the merit of SBRS experience as well. If you have more questions, another resource is the NorthEast SCCA Divisional Administrator for Driver Licensing, Pete Smith