Research examining increased immigration enforcement has consistently found a negative association with educational outcomes. One way local governments have decreased immigration enforcement is through sanctuary policies. Sanctuary policies are issued by city or county governments and prohibit local political leaders and police officials from cooperating with federal immigration enforcement officers regarding individualsâ€™ immigration status. The current study applied a generalized difference-in-differences research design through an event study approach to evaluate the impact of sanctuary policies on the high school completion and college enrollment of Hispanic undocumented students. Preliminary findings suggest sanctuary policies have virtually no effect on educational attainment.