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In general, a minor will continue attending regular public school after commission of a felony.

If the felony was on school grounds and posed a continuing threat to students, staff and the educational process, it is likely the student would be expelled and have to attend an alternative school. If the minor is in custody for a long period (more than a few days) the minor will be required to attend school provided within the juvenile justice system.

If the minor has been expelled from multiple schools, sometimes it is necessary for parents to move in order to find a school that will accept the youth.

In practice, as a public school teacher, I have had a teen assault me (felony conviction, returned to class in one week); sell dangerous drugs to another student at school (felony conviction, back in class in one week); attempt burglary of my room (not charged); assault another student in my classroom (felony conviction, back in one week); burglarize another student's possessions and commit gang-related harassment (suspended one week and removed from my class). No one was removed from public school for any of these offenses for longer than one week. This is all in California (and is perhaps why the educational system is a shambles here).

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