How Old Do You Have to Be to Quit School?

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How old you have to be to quit school varies from state to state. However, on average the legal age to quit school is between 16 and 18 years old. Most schools have a mandatory requirement of a person losing their driver?s license if they choose to quit school though. Most states also require parents consent if the minor is under 18 years of age. A number of states are considering raising the age to 18 to prevent the number of drop outs.
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The legal age that you have to be to quit school is sixteen. It would be one of your biggest mistakes at such a young age because every job application ask you if you finished highschool.
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