Indiana Code Title 20. Education § 20-33-2-28.6

Sec. 28.6 . (a) This section applies to a high school student who is transferring to a nonaccredited nonpublic school.

(b) Before a student withdraws from a public school, the principal of the student's school shall provide to the student and to the student's parent information on a form developed by the department and approved by the state board that explains the legal requirements of attending a nonaccredited nonpublic school located in Indiana.  The principal and a parent of the student shall both sign the form to acknowledge that the parent understands the content of the form.

(c) If the parent of the student refuses to sign the form provided by the principal under subsection (b), the student is considered a dropout and the principal shall report the student to the bureau of motor vehicles for action under section 28.5(g) of this chapter.  The student is considered a dropout for purposes of calculating a high school's graduation rate under IC 20-26-13-10 .


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