What type of schools meet the DACA guidelines?

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To be considered “currently in school” under the DACA guidelines, you must be enrolled in:

  • a public or private elementary school, junior high or middle school, high school, or secondary school;
  • an education, literacy, or career training program (including vocational training or an English as a Second Language course) in the U.S. that is designed to lead to placement in post-secondary education, job training, or employment and where you are working toward such placement; or
  • an education program in the U.S. assisting students either in obtaining a regular high school diploma or its recognized equivalent under state law (including a certificate of completion, certificate of attendance, or alternate award), or in passing a General Educational Development (GED) exam or other equivalent state-authorized exam; or
  • a U.S. public or private college or university including community college.

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