Vermont Statutes Title 16. Education, § 1121. Attendance by children of school age required

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A person having the control of a child between the ages of six and 16 years shall cause the child to attend a public school, an approved or recognized independent school, an approved education program, or a home study program for the full number of days for which that school is held, unless the child:

(1) is mentally or physically unable so to attend;  or

(2) has completed the tenth grade;  or

(3) is excused by the superintendent or a majority of the school directors as provided in this chapter;  or

(4) is enrolled in and attending a postsecondary school, as defined in subdivision 176(b)(1) of this title, which is approved or accredited in Vermont or another state.

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