Question by  KingHaggard (32)

What is the legal age to drop out of school in Indiana?

I am ready to quit, I hate school.


Answer by  diane (117)

A student in the State of Indiana can drop out of school at the age of 16 if they have their parents permission. If the parents will not give their permission then the student has to wait until they reach the age of 18.


Answer by  wpzpenguin (137)

In Indiana a student can withdrawal at 18. Requirements for withdrawal between age 16 to 18: a) student, parent and principal agree to withdrawal; b) the withdrawal is due to either financial hardship where student needs to work to help support family, illness, or a court order.


Answer by  Anonymous

In Indiana a High school student at least 15 or older is legal to be withdrawn from school with guardians consent


Answer by  Britt (453)

In Indiana, you can drop out of school at the age of 18 without parental consent. If you have parental consent, and consent of the principal, it's 16.


Answer by  TheAnswerFairy (2345)

You can legally drop out of school at age 18. It is remotely possible to drop out at 17, but you would need both your parents' consent and there would have to be extreme circumstances like you need to work or you will starve.


Answer by  dangerfield39 (0)

i was told the legal age was 16 in indiana to quit school is this true?


Answer by  haleymaley (1)

they told me i could not drop out of high school until i was 18 and i live in evansville in. can i really drop out at 16 with my moms consent?

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