Probably. I believe that would be determined on a case-to-case basis. My high school had a program that allowed you to take classes for the GED and the subsequent test as part of the high school curriculum. I know several people who had both the GED and a high school diploma.
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Yes you can
A person can practice aesthetics from home while they are still attending school. The studying of aesthetics is the study of fine arts or the study of the beauty of nature.
No, She is Now attending/playing at the rival school Arizona State.
by still attending school and never backing down.
High School. He never went to College or I suppose he would still be attending.
Justin Bieber will not be attending a high school this fall. He is currently on tour, and still will be in the fall. He has had a private tutor since he became famous, and will continue doing so.
She recently (May 2011) finished High School. In 2012, she'll be attending either NYU or USC.
Yes, unless the child is still in school or attending college
You would have to go back to court...if you are unwilling to do so. Given that the child is still attending school, you are probably not "home free."
Yes, until she reaches 18; she is still considered a minor even though she is pregnant and not attending school.