How would a high-school handle this situation: A student enrolls a month or so before her 18th birthday, mid January. She's an undocumented immigrant refugee with no social security card or birth certificate, and has had very little public schooling. She's perfectly fluent in English, but only reads and does math at a third grade level. She has no educational disabilities; she's just uneducated. She's excited and motivated to get an education. Her host family is extremely supportive and willing to work closely with the school, but are lost when it comes to educational goals. They want to "set her up to have the best life possible before she leaves high school," but they're unclear on the specifics of what that would look like or how how to get there, and are hoping the teachers have clearer direction. Additionally, her host family did not end up hosting this child through any official means; they have no paperwork for her or proof of guardianship, but seem genuinely interested in her well-being and have another academically successful biological child in the high-school. What would happen? Would her undocumented immigrant status be a problem? (Pyker vs. Doe suggests it shouldn't be, but what's the reality?) Would she get an IEP despite not having a disability besides lack of former education? How much would she interact with the other students? Would the host family get in trouble, or be in danger of having her taken away? Would CPS or other social workers get involved? Thanks!