I've recently been accepted to a private boarding school on a very generous scholarship and a bursary. However, my parents are considering drawing out their pensions early just to have the money and so my dad can buy a minibus to drive people to events yet he hates driving. However, my dad has had a minibus before and has sold it because he didn't have the time for it and it couldn't be used for what he wanted for. This would mean my bursary would be at stake and I could lose the opportunity to go to my dream school. I've explained this to them but they don't seem to care. What can I do?
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- 25-02-2018 15:00
- 25-02-2018 15:24
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- 25-02-2018 15:52
Don't give the scholarship and bursary.
It's their own fault for selling the mini bus and they could find an alternative route.
It's your life and choice.
- 25-02-2018 15:56
The issue is though that if they do take it (looking very probable) then the bursary will automatically be taken away from me since it's based on income