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Can an 18-year-old withdraw from school in Texas?


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2012-11-02 16:18:31
2012-11-02 16:18:31

Probably, but I don't know why on earth you would want to, because at 18 you must be *very close* to being done. I've never once known a person that quit school and didn't end up regretting it.


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