No. Legal age is 18.
Legally, age sixteen. The compulsory education law for the state is 16, but the student must have the consent of parents or legal guardian before he or she can drop out.
No. Your parents need to sign you into a school.
yes if the parents consent to it if not you have to be 17
At sixteen you legally able to go to school:-] * Whatever one's parents allow as long as the act does not conflict with existing laws.
* Go to school * Get a job if they have a work permit * Get married if their parents allow them * Drive if they have a license
You can legally drop our of school at age 16 in New York, if your parents agree. If your parents do not agree, you must remain in school until you graduate or until you turn 18.
you can get kicked out at sixteen; your parents have to do it LEGALLY though, or theyll get in trouble with the law.
16 with a parents consent.
Recently, in late March 2008, the Senate passed a bill saying that you must be seventeen to drop out of high school legally in Maryland, as opposed to the original sixteen years of age you could have been before March.
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.
Yes because she maybe still at school and she is not classed as an adult, he is.