Some in the course of education might lose their familial culture but most just modify it to eliminate the bias the family might have put on socialization and form differing alternatives or completely continue conquering with what they first learnt. All these socialization information and following will depend on the level of involvement the family will continue having with their child as they grow up.
Socialization patterns are determined majorly by culture and culture is learned at home and refined or changed in schools. For parents that vouch for not only physical socialization but incorporate cognitive aspects to the art of socialization, their children hold dear these virtues and continue following them or letting them act as their guiding principles. The socialization patterns are heavily laddered with the issues of morality and ethics and they determine the kind of person an individual will grow up to become.
In societies where the family and teachers talk the same language when it comes to culture and socialization, and they provide similar examples on matters of morality and ethics behind the socialization and culture, then the individuals are bound to be well cemented in their beliefs and not easily swayed by anything. They are bound to be respectable members of the society setting good examples wherever they go to and they are also focused on success and changing the community as much as they can.
China is one such country where the family and teachers talk the same language of culture and socialization to the children from a very young age. It is no wonder then that people in China are almost similar in their quest for success, their staunch belief in their culture and are rarely swayed by the western cultures and their high immorality as well as unethical behavior. Chinese students for example are quite different from the American students as they are focused in their education and life choices