No. The law guarantees immigrants and non-English speaking students a free public education from kindergarten through 12th grade. This applies to everyone up until the age of 21.
Also, the US Supreme Court has ruled that undocumented children have the same right as US citizens and permanent residents to receive a free public education.
Additionally, schools cannot require anything that might prevent children from attending school. This means that schools and school districts cannot require parents or adult guardians to provide information about their own or their child’s immigration status, or information that indicates immigration status.