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The Governor Mifflin High School expects all students to attend school daily. The educational program offered by the Governor Mifflin High School is predicated upon the presence of the student and requires continuity of instruction and classroom participation in order for students to achieve academic standards and consistent educational progress. The District encourages cooperation and communication among parents/guardians, teachers, and administrators in upholding the laws regarding attendance, enforcing District policy and providing maximum benefits of education to our students. Compulsory school age refers to the period of a child’s life from the time a child enters school as a beginner, which may be no later than eight years of age, until the age of 17 or graduation, whichever occurs first.