legal age to quit school
The legal age to quit school is at age 18. Depending on the state's rules and regulations.
With parental consent, a student may quit school at age 16.
16 is the legal age that a person can quit school in NC.
any age, you probably can't quit k-8th, but you can quit high school and collage
the legal age to quit school in Kentucky is 16. i quit last year. don't quit. give it another try.
yes. maybe 18, but he did quit high school.
In Georgia you can. If you quit school before you are 18 you lose your license.
In the state of Louisiana, the maximum age of attendance is 17. This means a person can quit school after they turn 17.
You have to be at least 16.
Yes. It depends.
As of July 2014, the legal age to quit school in the state of Kentucky is 16 years old. A parent must give permission before the child can quit at 16.
States have age requirement laws pertaining to attending school. A minor that has been granted emancipation may not quit school unless they are the legal age to do so.
No age. Stay in school or you'll be scrubbing toilets.
Texas has a compulsory attendance law from age 6 to 18. That means 18 is the age to quit.
age 15 boys and girls
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.
Yes with parent consent
No, the compulsory attendance age for school in West Virginia is 17 years.
The age Betsy Ross quit school was....12 years old.
In Georgia it is age 16. The age depends up the respective states.
The official Georgia Code, Article 16, Chapter 2, Title 20, fixes the age for mandatory education at 16 with parental permission. Any student under the age of 18 wishing to leave school must have permission from their parents or legal guardian.