Alaska Statutes.
Title 14. Education, Libraries, and Museums
Chapter 16. Special Schools
Section 30. Admission to School.
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AS 14.16.030. Admission to School.

(a) A state boarding school may admit students who are qualified in accordance with applicable admission standards. Preference for enrollment must be given to students currently enrolled at a boarding school and to students whose educational, emotional, or family requirements warrant attendance in a domiciliary environment.

(b) The board shall prescribe admission standards and procedures by regulation. Admission standards may not discriminate in favor of or against any resident based on race, sex, creed, national origin, or the location or type of residence within the state.

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