Yes..... with a parent consent you can drop out of school, but for further advice I would advise you not to drop out of school at such a young age, there will be so much more for you to do with your life if you tried and stayed in school!
The MO Legislature recently (Aug 28, 2009 ) raised the age to 17 or the completion of 16 credit hours. But stay in school. If you drop out... life will be harder than it is now.
17 - the age was raised by Gov. Blagojevich earlier in 2008. == == == ==
No. Your parents need to sign you into a school.
Yes, Required that he / she is 18, or 16 with parents consent.
# yes 18
You are a minor and is not allowed to move out without your parents consent. And having a baby you are better off staying at home so you get help and can go to school. The father will have to travel.
No as only with the parents' or guardians' consent are you able to video-tape and post on a web-page.
Passing a child in school has nothing to do with parental consent. If the child fails to meet the state's criteria for passing, they can be held back.
A 15-year-old is a minor and therefore cannot move out of their home without parental consent. If your parents truly are refusing to let you go to school, then it needs to be reported, because in Iowa you HAVE to attend school until you're 16. Now, if they're homeschooling you, then you are attending school (although it might not be the school that you want to attend).
No, the age of majority is 18. You would need to be legally emancipated if you want to leave home without parental consent.
To enroll in any school you need to have your parents signature, so if your parents aren't with you you will need to have a guardian sign.
When you finish school - go onto college and realize that they were right all along. Then, only then.
The legal minimum age to drop out of school is 16, but you must have parental consent. Once you reach 18, however, you are free to drop out without parental consent.