Yes, he would need parental permission to leave school before he reaches the age of 18. He also needs parental permissin to obtain a work permit. The parents can contact Pennsylvania Department of Public Welfare for assistance if necessary.
It depends on where you are; call your daughter's high school and ask for their advice.
dropping out of high school is the dumbest thing you could possibly do, unless your aspiration is to be homeless or a stripper or a drug dealer, well, that's dumb too. you're getting something for free, it's called an education, don't throw it away, use it.
Don't drop out of school
Some common effects are: dropping out of school, taking prohibited medicine, and getting into early pregnancy.
Yes you can. You can get your GED which is similar to a high school diploma.
Go back to high school
Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania was created in 1881.
Pennsylvania Leadership Charter School was created in 2004.
Pennsylvania Cyber Charter School was created in 2000.
Pennsylvania Governor's School for the Arts was created in 1973.
Central Pennsylvania Business School was created in 1881.
University of Pennsylvania Law School was created in 1850.
Taylor never attended a high school in Pennsylvania.
University of Pennsylvania School of Design was created in 1914.
Western Pennsylvania School for the Deaf was created in 1903.
Pennsylvania Virtual Charter School was created in 2001.
Yes, the can!!
waht soultion to help them
this is why someone should stay in school....it is dropping out of high school...and NO a 19 year old should be done with high school, and NO 18 is the age of majority so one does not need to further their education (they should if they can not spell the word dropping......
At the age of 18 years old, the person is no longer considered a child. They are now considered an adult and would not need to be emancipated to do anything, including dropping out of high school.