What are the requirements for school attendance in North Dakota?

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What are the requirements for school attendance in North Dakota? Minimum Age and Age they can withdraw.
06/01/2017   |   Category: Education ยป Compulsory E...   |   State: North Dakota   |   #38477

Answer:

In North Dakota the age is 7 to 16 years of age that the child must attend school.

15.1-20-01 North Dakota
Any person having responsibility for a child between the ages of seven and sixteen years shall ensure that the child is in attendance at a public school for the duration of each school year.
 
2.    If a person enrolls a child of age six in a public school, the person shall ensure that the child is in attendance at the public school for the duration of each school year. The person may withdraw a child of age six from the public school. However, once the child is withdrawn, the person may not reenroll the child until the following school year. This subsection does not apply if the reason for the withdrawal is the child's relocation to another school district.
 
3.    This section does not apply if a child is exempted under the provisions of section 15.1-20-02.
Cite as N.D.C.C. § 15.1-20-01