Legal Resources | Education Code | EC 48052
Tuition Payments Student from Foreign Country
(a) The governing board of the school district shall, as a condition precedent to the admission of any person, under Section 48051, require the parent or guardian of such person to pay to the school district an amount not more than sufficient to reimburse the school district for the total cost of educating the person, including the total of the amounts expended per pupil for the current expenses of education, the use of buildings and equipment, the repayment of local bonds and interest payments and state building loan funds, capital outlay, and transportation to and from school. The per pupil cost attributable to capital outlay shall be on the basis of an average expenditure for the preceding five years. The cost of transportation shall not exceed ten dollars ($10) per month. Tuition payments shall be made in advance for each month or semester during the period of attendance. If the amount paid is more or less than the total cost of education and transportation, adjustment shall be made for the following semester or school year. The attendance of the pupils shall not be included in computing the average daily attendance of the class or school for the purpose of obtaining apportionment of state funds. The school district shall not be eligible for nonimmigrant or noncitizen reimbursement under the provisions of Chapter 11 (commencing with Section 42900) of Part 24 of Division 3 of this title, Article 2 (commencing with Section 56865) of Chapter 6 of Part 30 of this division for these pupils.
(b) This section is inapplicable to a pupil attending a school in a school district pursuant to Section 48204.4 and the pupil shall be included in computing the average daily attendance of the school for the purpose of obtaining apportionment of state funds.
(Amended by Stats. 2017, Ch. 498, Sec. 2.)