FAQs about Use of Directory Information on Secondary School Students for Military Recruiting Purposes
Based on DoD Instruction 1304.24, Use of Directory Information on Secondary School Students for Military Recruiting Purposes, and DoDEA Systems Notice 26, schools are required to provide armed forces recruiters access to 11th and 12th grade students information. DoDEA officials must provide high school student names, addresses, and telephone listings unless a parent or student (18 years old or older) requests that this information not be released.
Frequently Asked Questions About the Release of Student Information
It is available during registration for school, at the student's school, or from this website.
Turn the form in to the high school registrar or principal by 1 October of each year.
DoDEA Headquarters will release one list to OSD Military Personnel Policy/Accession Policy for use by military recruiters after October 30 each year.
It is the Request Non Disclosure of High School Student Personal Information to Military Recruiters form.
Unless withdrawn, every 11th and 12th grade student's name, address, and telephone listing will be provided.
No, student information is provided to all or none.