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SalienCat Jan 1, 2014  Hobbyist General Artist
Dropping out of school was one of the biggest mistakes of my life, but we all have our journey, can only say best of luck in realising your dreams
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I did too. The story is I made a small mistake and then I was misunderstood and then the cops were called all because of my lack of communication and a small freaking mistake of going to the councilor's office that day. Now I sit here pushing 17 still trying to finish my second semester of sophomore year and watching as all heck breaks loose upon my former friends. Do it and at least there's a chance. But I lost my chance after the first time I got screwed over by my school.
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razzigyrl Sep 3, 2013  Professional Artisan Crafter
Been there, done that. My last year of High School was a mad muddle of extreme depression, constant absences, illness and no help, and in that proccess I gave up entirely on school work. Rather than taking my last year over, going through that hell, I got my GED and got on with it.

If you're willing to hear any advice from an outsider, I offer you this: Get your GED as soon as you walk away from that school for the last time. Yes, there are jobs you can get without it, but there aren't nearly as many good ones. And your GED isn't for legality's sake, not for your peers, not for your parents, it's YOURS, all for you. And then, if you decide to take college courses, you'll already have it, and college is so much better than high school, not just because you're going in for what you enjoy, but because once you're outside that school building, it's YOUR choice who you interact with, who you give your time to. Please don't put off getting your GED if you take the route of walking away, it's so easy to keep putting it off until you forget everything.

:hug: Best of luck to you, I hope that whatever you choose, your situation improves. People suck, school sucks, but if you control yourself and your actions, you own at least that much of your fate.

!yoJ
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8BitMonkey Aug 24, 2013  Hobbyist General Artist
*qualifications
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Cinder254 Aug 19, 2013  Student General Artist
From kindergarten to fifth grade I was torched my class for being their definition of "different" but I promised myself to show them that I am a sentient being just like them, and I WILL prove them that I can do it. It is hell, but trust me when I say the real world will be even more hell if you don't have knowledge. 
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I did the same thing. I had the option to go back to do my exams, but I didn't. To me, a piece of paper that tells other people what I know is not important. I know I'm a smart person and that's what matters to me.
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horohura Aug 18, 2013  Student Digital Artist
I hate school have a ton of stupid people that think there smarter than everyone 16 to
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Aurorazilla Aug 18, 2013  Hobbyist Artist
You should stay in school so you can show all those jerks how smart you can be! That's why I'm still in school... Even when I get called stupid I never give up. I try my hardest because I know that, one day, it'll all be worth it.
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LilithCorthaine Aug 18, 2013  Hobbyist Digital Artist
I am 20 and still in high school. I am lucky enough to have been given the option to try an online program.
Stick with it, trust me, I gave up and got kicked out when I was 18, returned last year to school.
Its never fun being the center of drama, harassment and bullying and not feel like your voice is heard, but getting that high school diploma is worth more than you can imagine.
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shannon-launa Aug 18, 2013  Hobbyist Photographer
same here :/
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