AB 167

  • California Assembly Bill (AB) 167 allows a school district to exempt student in foster care from district graduation requirements when the pupil meets the following: (1) he or she is in 11th or 12th grade, (2) transfers to a school within the school district or to another school district, and (3) the district makes a finding that the student is unreasonably able to complete district requirements by the end of the student's fourth year of high school. Students who qualify under AB167 will be eligible to use the state coursework requirements of 130 credits.

AB 1806

  • California Assembly Bill (AB) 1806 allows a school district to exempt a student who is a homeless child or youth, as define by Section 11434a(2) of Title 42 of the United States Code who transfers between schools any time after the completion of the student second year of high school from school district and statewide coursework requirements as specified in section 51225.3. Unless the district finds that the student is reasonably able to complete the school district graduation requirements in order to graduate by the end of the student’s fourth year of high school. Students who qualify under AB1806 will be eligible to use the state coursework requirements of 130 credits.

AB 2306

  • California Assembly Bill (AB) 2306 allows a school district to exempt a former juvenile court school student as define by Section 51225.2, who transfers between schools any time after the completion of the student second year of high school from school district and statewide coursework requirements as specified in section 51225.3. Unless the district finds that the student is reasonably able to complete the school district graduation requirements in order to graduate by the end of the student’s fourth year of high school. Students who qualify under AB2306 will be eligible to use the state coursework requirements of 130 credits.


For questions and support, contact Breanne Aguiar-DUSD Homeless/Foster Youth Liaison at baguiar@dusd.k12.ca.us or 209-632-7514.