No. The age of majority in South Dakota is 18. If you get a parent's consent to drop out, and they are willing to sign the paperwork, it is possible.
Legislative Petitions generally require registered voter signatures. Any invalid signature can contribute to invalidating the petition in some cases. However, non-legislative petitions (those not being presented to a legislature, but for example to a school) would have their own qualifications as to who can or can not sign the petition. In a legislative petition, best case scenario is that the under 18 (hence non-registered voter) signature will be invalidated and simply effectively dropped from the total count of signatures.
Probably not. The person doing the piercing would need permission from a parent or guardian.
If both people are 18 or older, I don't know why they wouldn't be able to date. I don't know of any state that has a law saying another person can't date a "high school student."
If one is 18 and still in high school, he or she cant't sign their papers.
At 16 you need a parent to sign for you to drop out of school. You can sign yourself out when you turn 18. Being pregnant has nothing to do with it.
Yes. You can sign your own papers because you are an adult.
Yes, you can, and you used the wrong 'there'...
yes if they wont let let you it is illegal
Crossing the River was created on 1993-01-18.
No, you must still have parents permission, at least in my old school. I guess it just depends on your schools policy.
yes, you have to sign the form yourself though.
Once you are 18, you can sign any of the papers you receive for a parent's signature. You are now considered an adult and can do as you wish.
Swans Crossing - 1992 1-18 was released on: USA: 22 July 1992