Not unless you're an emancapited minor.
No. The school will only deal with the custodial parent. The non-custodial parent cannot enroll a child in school.No. The school will only deal with the custodial parent. The non-custodial parent cannot enroll a child in school.No. The school will only deal with the custodial parent. The non-custodial parent cannot enroll a child in school.No. The school will only deal with the custodial parent. The non-custodial parent cannot enroll a child in school.
Do you mean can they enroll themselves in school? No.
No. Any parent that does not enroll their child through age 17 and cause them to attend school can be fined or jailed. 16 years or older can be excused by a court.
In the US at age 18, you are legally an adult, and do not require permission of a parent for most things.
No. A parent or guardian must enroll students into high school.
No. The custodial parent must make the enrollment.
The age of compulsory attendance is 16 in South Carolina. However, they are still a minor. The requirements are set by the school board.
Cant happen need parent or guardian.
At 18 years old, a person should get graduating high school, not enrolling in it. An 18 real old can withdrawal themselves from school.
You need to discuss that with the other parent.
The legal age to move out is 17, but you can not un enroll from school. Only the person who enrolled you can un enroll you, unless emancipated.
Parents may make this decision to enroll the children in a better school. As long as there is consent and the school district allows it then there shouldn't be any problem.
yes u can. its agaist the aw to not attend school so u can do it yousef and the school board will be proud of you
No. a minor must have the consent of the parent(s) or legal guardian to be enrolled in school. The exception would be, if said minor has been granted an emancipation decree.
is there a vocational school I could enroll to while enrolled in GED classes
You can enroll yourself in school at age eighteen. However, you should visit a local school and speak with the guidance counselor who can review your status and explain your options in your school system. You may need to enroll in a GED program rather than being able to enroll in the regular high school program because of your age and status.
can you enroll into high school at the age of 17?
Yes your parent does even for college! It depends on the state laws governing schools. In most situations parents only need to enroll the student at the K-7 grade levels. The exception for high school is if the student is transferring from another district. Middle school transcripts are sent to the high school the student will attend, some Freshman may need a parent if there is a problem with the student's records. I have never known anyone needing a parent to enroll them in college, as most students have reached the age of majority (18) when they enter. Obviously that would not apply if the child is a "whiz kid" entering college at the age of 14 which does happen, although it is quite extraordinary.
Not without parent consent* I'd stay in school if I were you..