It all depends what you've got to go into after school,I know people who left because they had a plan and a guaranteed job,and they've done very well for themselves,but if you leave blindly simply cos you don't like being told what to do or you want to be left alone then it's really not a solid plan.
Yeah,if you have something lined up workwise and a longterm goal like going to college then why not!
My step daughter left school at 15. She got married and a baby. Ten years later she enrolled in an on-line college. Now she is a very well paid lieyer who travels across the US to handle cases. Follow your heart. Don't waste years in stupid school.
i left it and i'm happy about it, all that stress was killing me, and i finally switched school to something superior ^^
I graduated at sixteen. Best choice I ever made
Good luck hun
I wish I had left school at 16.
Dont do it. Just go and get it over with
If you are going to graduate at 16 then by all means do it. If you intend on dropping out I dont recommend it because you wont have a great quality of life. People without a highschool diploma or degree dont get good jobs and end up having to back to school later on in life. Hang in there.
Why would they? 99% of them end up having an easier life than those that work for a living. They get things that folks who graduate, and work and care NEVER get---food stamps, welfare, SSI, Medicaid............
Walt Disney did-----but the list of who else did it is pretty short. "Some" people make it big acting--or in rock bands----but it's less than .00001% of the world's population that does. And BTW I wasn't being rude. 99% of those who drop out end up exactly as I said--dead end minimum wage jobs--if that--or worse. I did NOT say--"all". If you are in the 1%---KUDOS and CHEERS to you. But you are fighting against the odds by dropping out. At 16 you have just 2 years to go to graduate. If the gamble of a really bad life worth not finishing school?? Especially just 2 years??
I know a few people who do. They tend to regret it years later though.
They get so far in their careers and then find that they can't get much higher without a better education record.