Quoting I'm His Amy He's My Rory:" A lot of places now it's 18 to drop out legally. My SIL wasn't able to until last month."
Quoting Michael Westen:" Honestly though, that stuff is trivial. Especially when you have a child to look out for and a future to plan with someone depending on you already."
Quoting Michael Westen:" What are they gonna do? Take away her birthday? There are ways around it."
Quoting Summerfrost:" The problem wasn't the classes. The first 2 years were flexible, but the nursing program wasn't. They ... [snip!] ... in order to be part of the program at certain times. It was a very competitive program, so she had to keep up or she was out. "
Quoting 10 til Gwen:" <blockquote><b>Quoting Leia Mullins:</b>" my school want alow it"</blockquote> ... [snip!] ... it"</blockquote> Won't allow what? You to drop out? They really don't have a say in that, you're at the legal age."no here you cant drop out of HS its a law and you have to be 18 to get your GED
Quoting 10 til Gwen:" <blockquote><b>Quoting Michael Westen:</b>" Well college isn't as bad. You have ... [snip!] ... And a lot of them offer accredited online classes too, so for most degrees you can take most, if not all, from home."
Quoting Summerfrost:" Agreed, but not all young moms realize that yet. "
Quoting I'm His Amy He's My Rory:" Truancy officers can arrest them and put them in juvy actually. My SIL almost got put in jail a few times."
Quoting Leia Mullins:" no here you cant drop out of HS its a law and you have to be 18 to get your GED"
Quoting Michael Westen:" Not if you go about it the right way. As I said, there are ways around it."
Quoting Summerfrost:" My sister had her son when she was 16. What she did (this isn't right for everyone obviously) is drop ... [snip!] ... school, get her GED and enroll in the local community college to start taking college classes. 4 years later, she was a nurse. "