Florida Statute 1003.21(1)(c) requires that, once a child reaches the age of 16, that child may file a formal declaration of intent to terminate school enrollment with the district school board. The declaration must be signed by the child and the child�s parent or legal guardian. Here is the entire statute: (c) A student who attains the age of 16 years during the school year is not subject to compulsory school attendance beyond the date upon which he or she attains that age if the student files a formal declaration of intent to terminate school enrollment with the district school board. Public school students who have attained the age of 16 years and who have not graduated are subject to compulsory school attendance until the formal declaration of intent is filed with the district school board. The declaration must acknowledge that terminating school enrollment is likely to reduce the student's earning potential and must be signed by the student and the student's parent. The school district must notify the student's parent of receipt of the student's declaration of intent to terminate school enrollment. The student's guidance counselor or other school personnel must conduct an exit interview with the student to determine the reasons for the student's decision to terminate school enrollment and actions that could be taken to keep the student in school. The student must be informed of opportunities to continue his or her education in a different environment, including, but not limited to, adult education and GED test preparation. Additionally, the student must complete a survey in a format prescribed by the Department of Education to provide data on student reasons for terminating enrollment and actions taken by schools to keep students enrolled. It is my understanding that...The declaration must be "acknowledged" by the parents, but it doesn't say they must approved of the students decision. My next thought is... what happens when the parents don't sign it?
You can if you are an adult. Otherwise the parent will have to consent and the child be 16 or older.
With parental consent, a student may quit school at age 16.
i do all the time and i live in ct
No, the age of majority is 18. You would need to be legally emancipated if you want to leave home without parental consent.
You can drop out when your reach 18 or at 16 with parental consent.
Im not positive but probably with parental consent
yes, a 16-year-old with parental consent can drop out of high school in texas. 18-year-olds can drop out without parental consent.
No. The only way to get married without parental consent is by being emancipated and going to school does not do that.
No, you have to be 18 to drop out of school without your parent's consent.
You can be 15 and drop out with parental consent. 15 with parental consent 17 without
You have to attend High School if you are of school age if you are a US citizen. If you are of another nationality you would have to have the relevant visa and parental consent if you are under 18.
16 But you don't really want to do that. School is the most important thing in your life. Without school, you will not be able to get a job and support yourself.
Answer16- Parental Consent. 18 without parental permission.
No. Some states allow students to "drop out" of school after the age 17, but parental consent is still needed.
The military will accept a 17 year old with parental consent. It will also require a high school diploma.
at the age of 16...
i believe you can drop out w/out their consent. i would ask school directors if anything
yes you may be able to with parental consent but with-out it i think the legal age is 18
Alabama has compulsory education until age 16. Someone under the age of 18 will require parental consent.
18, it used to be 16. but the laws have changed, in the state of Texas you have to be 18 to drop out of school on your own. you can be 16, with parental consent and be able to drop out. thats the youngest age, and you have to have parental consent for any other age between 16-18.