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What happens if i dont complete summer school in eighth grade to ninth grade?

ok im going to summer school but im moving in July 2 would i still be held back or pass since im willing to go to summer school?

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Please take your education seriously.

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Wonderful comment ! So very true.
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Thanks... So many kids don't take their education seriously. (so many parents don't either).
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Being willing to go to summer school is not going to summer school. You will not be passed for good intentions, you will have to do the work.

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Do you mean that if I think I could possibly cooperate in passing a subject, I will pass the subject?
Or do you think actually doing the work and attending summer school when the quantity and quality wasn't good enough is the key?
I get it: if you don't pass -- then you fail.
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Lol! You have it down pat, my friend...
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That is something to take up with the school system you are moving into, to see what there policies are.

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Usually, going to a new school district means they'll test you to see what grade to place you in.

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You will take 8th and 9th grade classes. The sooner u enroll the better it is for u.

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well i failed like 4 subjects in grade 8 and i didnt go to summer school and now im in grade 9 getting 80's i guess it deoends where ur school is

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I sure don't want anybody from your area fixing my car, writing my prescriptions, cooking my food, or building machines that I use. That was just wrong.
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Agreed! The American Public School system has taught our children that if they fail to do what is necessary for a reward, they will get the reward anyway. The problem is that this has nothing to do with becoming an educated person, and it has nothing to do with reality.

This is how our kids have a high school diploma and can't read, can't multiply, and can't think in a straight line. As for thinking in the abstract, or forming an independent thought, forget it--it's never gonna happen!
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What is required is the pass/fail notation on your record. Being willing or unwilling to do something that doesn't get done doesn't count.

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Willing to go is not going. Don't get held back!! You'll be sorry.

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Why will he be sorry? Just curious.
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Maybe in school nowadays you move to the next grade no matter what. So I guess there is nothing to be sorry about..........unless your career goal is McDonalds.
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Yes, it's all about the school record that your new school receives soon after you start the next year. You can try and enroll in 9th, but unless your record shows you have completed the 8th, they'll move you back to the 8th. There are some schools that may have programs to where you could catch up in remedial classes, but that may involve night and week-end school. However, more and more schools have Internet Schooling they may let you do to finish your failed courses along with taking your new courses. Moving will not hide your old records by the way. EVERYBODY has to provide a school where they were before...unless home-schooled, where testing scores and placement records and tests should also be provided to your new school. I'm sorry this was so long.

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