Yes. The law says you can choose your school.

You can go to any of the following, depending on what’s available in your community:

  • your current school
  • a continuation school
  • a GED program
  • independent study
  • adult education classes (the schedule may be better for teen parents)
  • community college or Regional Occupation Program (ROP) classes (these give you high school credit, and the classes are free or low-cost for high school students)
  • a school for pregnant and parenting teens (they will have special services to help you during your pregnancy and as a parent).

The choice is yours. No one can make you go to any of these schools instead of your home school, if you do not want to.


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