School districts must use the tax dollars they receive to educate the children who reside within the district. That is why they cannot accommodate nonresidents Most school districts require guardianship and actual residence in the district in order to maintain enrollment. You really should consider the guardianship. Discuss tis with an experienced attorney and weigh your options.Ask a similar question
The school cannot force you to have your aunt named your guardian. You can refuse to do that and instead go to the school that you are assigned to based on your parents' residence address.
Of course, if you are determined to go to the school that is for persons who live at your aunt's residence address, then you many need to do as the school suggests. But that would not be the school "forcing" you to change guardianship. That would be you making a choice.
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