Legal Age to Drop out of School in Pennsylvania?

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The legal age to drop out of school in Pennsylvania is age 16. However, there are some restrictions. There are also indications that for a 16 year old to be gainfully employed, they will need a work permit. Businesses must follow proper child labor laws.
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Legal school leaving age varies by state, but is usually 16, 17 or 18. In most states, for those under 18, parental consent is required to leave school.
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the legal age to drop out with your parents consent is 16, without it the age is 17.
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The legal school age to dropout is 16. When you turn 16 years of age you can opt to drop out of school if you choose. This age could vary for each state so I would check with your
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Seventeen.
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