(2) Hepatitis B.
(3) Haemophilus influenzae type b.
(6) Pertussis (whooping cough).
(7) Poliomyelitis (polio)
(10) Varicella (chicken pox).
If a student is unvaccinated when they start seventh grade, they do not have to receive the Hepatitis B vaccination. A presumption may be made that if a student enters beyond seventh grade, this also applies, but the law does not address this.
If a parent does not obtain the vaccination within any offered time period, or is not vaccinated promptly, and the parent does not transfer their child to a non-classroom based school or program, it is possible the student will be subject to not only continued exclusion, but ironically, potential truancy breach allegations (breach of mandatory compulsory education laws requiring full time attendance for ages of 6-18 with student being potentially labelled truant after 3 missed days). As such, any student excluded will be in a bit of a time crunch and will need to act quickly.
A lawsuit has been filed attempting to reverse the vaccination law based on the right to an education (see for example, Goss v. Lopez 419 U.S. 565). However, as of right now, the California mandatory vaccination laws, some of the most restrictive in the United States, remain in effect.