|Arizona compulsory attendance laws require that children, ages 8-15 (inclusive) must attend public school, home school, charter school, or a regularly organized private or parochial school for 180 days. ARIZONA REV. STAT. ANN §15-802 (2013)
A child may also be excused from school if he has presented reasons for nonattendance which are satisfactory to a board consisting of his teacher, probation officer and president of the local School Board ARIZ. REV. STAT. ANN. §15-802 (2013)
The governing board of each school district shall adopt a policy governing the excuse of pupils for religious purposes. The policy may permit a pupil to be excused from school attendance for religious purposes, including participation in religious exercises or religious instruction. If the policy permits a pupil to be excused for religious purposes, the policy shall stipulate the conditions under which the excuse will be granted. These conditions shall include at least the following:
1. The person who has custody of the pupil has given written consent.
2. Any religious instruction or exercise takes place at a suitable place away from school property designated by the church or religious denomination or group.
ARIZ. REV. STAT. ANN. §15-806 (2013)
Arizona Revised Statues - Title 15: