I contacted the sales line on this same issue. Other than having a very rude person tell me she is too young for the Student discount he said she would be fine with the full price product. My daughter is 11. So I do not understand this. I don't want to pay full price just so a kid could learn a product and potentially be a life long user. She is using all these free apps and I would rather her learn on something she could eventually use as for a job. Do you serously not have an option other than full price? This is a very frustrating position to take when so many kids could be learning and setting the tool they will use in the future. I would think you could solve this problem a much better way.
Your school needs to get a K-12 Enteprise plan for students and teachers to use. Parents give written consent to the school who administers access to Creative Cloud software and services. Certain restrictions apply. For example, K-12 plans exclude access to Portfolio/Behance and Adobe Stock image websites because they don't meet COPPA laws.
Meanwhile, there's nothing preventing you from being a subscriber and allowing your child to sit at your computer if that's what you want to do. A Photography Plan is a deeply discounted bundle for $10/month that includes the latest versions of these great products & services: -- Photoshop CC and Photoshop on iPad -- Lightroom on desktop, mobile and the web -- Lightroom Classic -- Portfolio/Behance website (omitted from K-12 plans) -- Spark with premium features -- Bridge -- 20 GB cloud storage (upgradable to 1 TB). https://www.adobe.com/creativecloud/photography.html