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Age a child can quit school in Tennessee According to the State of Tennessee website, all children must attend school between the ages of 6 and 17.
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Answer It depends on where you are living, it varies from state to state.
Under Tennessee statute, the court will consider the reasonable preference of the child over the age of 12. They can choose to listen to what the child wants but they are not …obliged to follow that wish. And the child can only choose between parents not friends etc. To move from parents they need parental consent. The court will not agree to that a child moves from fit parents to live with friends or grandparents.
In Colorado, a 17 year old minor may dropout of high school. Theonly law about this is that a child aged 6 to 17 are required toattend school.
As of 2014, a child under the age of 17 is required to remain in school. The child is not allowed to leave school with or without the permission of parents.
As of 2014 a child needs to be 17 before they can drop out of school in the state of Alabama. The age was 16 but was raised in recent years to decrease the rate of dropout…s.
With parental consent, a student may quit school at age 16.
i think so in virginia
Check the laws in TN but in Fla it is 13. File a motion to get in front of a Magistrate with a letter from the child.
you can quit school when ever you want to. all you have to do is drop out. Get more details on quitting school. It would be educative and you would even refer your friends… who are also planning to quit school.
If a child is seventeen years old and quits school and she wants to move her of age boyfriend in are the parents still responsible for the child?
if she lives with her parents
Age 18 see links
9th grade, But you would be making the biggest mistake of your life.
You cannot legally quit school until the age of 17 according to TN law. However, they have the right to suspend your driving privileges until you complete school or turn 18. H…owever you REALLY need to think this through. I know things may seem difficult but they do get better, I promise. You will permanently affect the rest of your life with this choice. You cannot get good jobs, attend college, even enlist in the military if you have dropped out and not obtained your GED. The new GED test is VERY difficult. Talk to your parents or a counselor before you make such a monumental decision.
A minor can always get emergency care without the parents consenting and also STD-testing, pregnancy testing and prenatal care without the parents consenting or finding out. F…or everything else you have to be 18yo.