Can i drop out of college UK at 17?

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Tiffany.rose39
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So im in college right now but im really not enjoying it. Its just not for me, i dont want to be in school anymore and there really is nothing that will change my mind. What i need to know is is it legal? Im 18 this year and i really dont know if im able to leave or not. But i also dont want to go to court so is there a solution that doesnt involve me going to school anymore? Only helpful suggestions please 😊
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You are required, by law, to be in education until you're eighteen years of age, with the exception of being on an apprenticeship. So, my advice: stick it out.
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