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    As the title says, can you enroll yourself into a different school outwith the catchment area without parental consent?
    Obviously I would pay for things like transport.
    My current school is a complete joke and I am so fed up with it and haven't had a good time there.
    Would it be possible as I am now 16?
    My parents don't really care. However if the school can't accommodate the subjects that I wish to study next year then they say I can move to a private school, there is a high chance that the school won't but if they can, there is no way I am staying there.
    I have no plans to leave home or anything.
    Also I live in Scotland so the laws might be different.
    So would such a thing be possible? I am so desperate to leave that school.
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    Never mind I found the answer
 
 
 
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