My question involves juvenile law in the State of: Pennsylvania
PA's §*11.13.*Compulsory school age whereas "Compulsory school age refers to the period of a child’s life from the time the child enters school as a beginner which may be no later than at the age of 8 years, until the age of 17 or graduation from a high school, whichever occurs first."
Meaning that as a 17 year old you are afforded the right to leave school if you choose to.
PA's Juvenile Act where under the definition of a delinquent act of a dependent child where, the child "has committed specific act or acts of habitual disobedience of the reasonable and lawful commands of his parent...and who is found to be ungovernable and in need of care treatment or supervision"
In short, if a 17 year old does not wish to go to school can his parents legally force him to or have the ability to have him put in some sort if care, treatment, or supervision?