Law - Parent Obligations to the Child 1 - CLB3
By law, children living in Alberta must attend school from ages 6 to 16. Public education is provided free of charge for children and young people less than 20 years of age, up to the end of high school. Usually, a child is sent to a school chosen by the local school board. You may also apply to the school board for approval to allow you to educate your child at home.Your child cannot leave home without your permission until they are 16 years of age. Furthermore, your child requires your permission to marry until he or she reaches the age of 18 years.
1. Children do not need to attend school when they are 17 years old.
2. If you are 21 and you want to finish high school,
you need to pay.
3. Who usually chooses the school your child goes to?
the provincial government
the school board
4. What do you need to do if you want to educate your child at home?
ask for approval from the school board
you do not need permission
5. Until your child turns 16,
she cannot go to a public school
she cannot leave home without your permission.
6. Can you child marry at age 17?
Yes, but with your permission.
No, not until he or she turns 18.
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