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    Question: in az if I runaway and I'm 15 can I legally withdraw myself from a school and transfer to another?

    Answer:

    If a person is under age 18 in Arizona, he or she cannot leave home without a parent's permission unless he or she is fully emancipated, or the parents have lost their right to parental authority.

    If someone 16-year-old or younger leaves home without permission from a parent or legal guardian, he or she can be prosecuted as an incorrigible child (ARS 8-201(15)(c)). Some of the consequences of being found incorrigible include being fined, be placed on probation, and being ordered to do community service. The specific charges and consequences are left up to the officer of the court.

    While, the above does not directly answer your question - it does let you know that if you can't legally run away so any action taken while a runaway would be met with that fact. The Arizona Department of Education website allows for people to ask questions and they are who need to be asked regarding their rules for school transfers.


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    1 thru 4 of 4 comments    [ 1 ]   
    On 02/17/09
    Julia from AZ said:
    I have read over these post, I don't know what your family life is like but I can tell you life on the streets is terrible, 13 teenagers die each day from living on the streets, please talk to some one you can trust, find an alternative to running away.
    On 09/25/08
    kelly from CA said:
    i hate my parents and my mom told me she doest care about me and i cant stand living at home i fill like everyone is out to get me do i run away
    On 02/12/08
    Desire from AZ said:

    I'm turning 18 in a week and I want to know when I'm 18, legally i can leave home but, if i am still in school do i have to still live with my parents?

    On 01/10/08
    n/a from AZ said:
    i live in az too and will be 15 soon and i want to know more about the consequences of running away do you know any places that could let me know?
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