Yes, you will need parental consent to drop out. And you will have to be over the age of 16.
Yes, at 16 you can do so with parental consent. As long as you are under 18 and wish to quit school you will need their consent.
Legally, 17 with a parent consent. At 18 and older you don't need a parent consent.
No because you get a break from school homework and stress you always need a break
You need to be 16 with parent consent. 18 without.
No. Your parents need to sign you into a school.
yes, since you are n adult the school cant tell you you need parental consent.
You are allowed to drop out of school in New York at age 16 if your parents consent. Without consent, you need to remain in school until you graduate or until you turn 18, whichever comes first.
If you are a minor, then yes, you do need your parents consent.
Alabama has compulsory education until age 16. Someone under the age of 18 will require parental consent.
No. Not if you are 18. Depends on the state. In some states 16 year olds need permission.
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No, you don't need their consent. But just because you can do it doesn't mean it's the intelligent thing to do.
Yes. You only need parental consent if you're enlisting at 17 (which is the minimum age of enlistment).
Yes as long as your parents have signed. I was in the Navy and knew a few 17 year olds. It all depends on when your training starts. It depends. you will need parental consent and a high school diploma or GED. IF you are still in high school, then you will have to graduate. Then you will leave. in the army national guard, you can be in the army and still be in school and get paid for weekend drills. - Army Recruiter
Okay, No they do not need parental consent...but that doesn't mean you should do it! why the heck would you want to rid yourself of the only thing connecting you to college and a good future? I'm in high school and the way i look at it you should stay in school:) from one student to another
No. Consent removes the need for a search warrant.
A quiet weekend away from everything--that's what I need.
Yes. At 17 you're still a minor.
Only if your school allows it. Ask your school nurse. If your school does, one of two things will happen, it will either be confidential or you will need to get a consent form signed by your parents.
You can have fun in school at lunch!You and your friends can just talk and see what you guys are going to be doing for the weekend.Remember to pay attention during school you will need to learn these subjects when you are older
in order to enlist, you need an education, GED or High school diploma, also you need to be 18 or have your parents consent.
You do not need parental consent to be emancipated. But it will make it more difficult and they do have to know about it.
With the parent's consent, yes. However, the grandparents would need some type of legal custody otherwise they will not be able to do things like consent to the child's medical care, enroll the child in school (and the child must attend school), etc.