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I need help i am 16 with .5 credits and my local school i would need 26 credits to graduate.......?



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I need help i am 16 with .5 credits and my local school i would need 26 credits to graduate.......?

and i wouldnt graduate until i am 21 or 22 and i need to go to school but i will not wait that long and the local tech colloge only accecpts people that have completed the 10th grade and i have not even started and i can not afford online homeschooling like i was doing i really need some help this is really stressing me out can someone point me in the right direction? PLEASE? i live in adams, wisconsin


Answer:
You probably have the option to just homeschool for now and don't worry about a diploma or work out with your parents what you need to do to get a diploma through homeschooling. It doesn't have to be online. A different option, if a high school diploma is just really out of reach by the time you're 18 or 19, is to study what you need to study to get a GED. Remain as a homeschooler, studying whatever you need to study in WI, but work towards your GED.

Of course, another option would be to go to school, do the credits you can during the year and then take advantage of any Saturday school, evening classes or summer school programs that are available. If you can work hard, you may not need to graduate as late as 21 or 22.

ADDED:

I don't think you understand what homeschooling really is. You don't have to go anywhere, you don't have to sign up with anything, you don't pay. You can simply do your education at home. Your parents are the official supervisors. You or your parents pick the textbooks, the subject matter to study, etc. Check here http://www.homeschooling-wpa.org/handboo... for more information about homeschooling, as seen by the government, where you live.





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