How To Graduate High School Early At 16! Going From High School Junior To College Freshman

High schools across the nation are not giving teens to support that they need, and this is something that needs to change. They are misinforming, miscommunicating, and not there for teens when they need it most.

I’m doing this process myself. It’s going amazingly, and I’m here to educate you on how to do this in your own life. So to graduate high school early, there are three steps you need to take:

Are you struggling with a toxic high school experience? Are you suffering from bullying, depression, addiction, or abuse? There is a way to leave high school at 16 and take the time you need to focus on yourself. High schools across the nation are neglecting their students’ needs. Teen suicide rates are at a 20 year high. We are struggling more than ever before and the 21st-century high school social constructs are devastating to teenage mental health. This is the “forbidden knowledge” that high schools don’t want you to know: Senior year is not needed. You have the ability to start college as a 16-year-old high school Junior. This option helps give you the opportunity to take time to seek the help struggling teens get the help they need. Even this day in age, mental health is still getting overlooked. Early graduation is a direct way of making positive changes in your own life. Taking this route requires determination and strength, but can honestly save lives. Change is on the horizon. Our generation can not endure any more suffering. We need to stand up and make a change.

One is getting out of the high school you’re in. When you do this, it will enable you to get your HSE, which is your high school equivalency diploma in four different states. It’s different things in some states. I know in a lot of states have a TASC exam and it is very beneficial to your future.

It’s not something to be looked down upon. It shows that you’re smarter than the other kids that would be graduating senior year through high school and it gets just as much credit as what you would graduate with for a senior year. In New York state, for me, it’s called the TASC. So the TASC exam is what you need to take to get into college early. So then Step 2 in this process is your parent’s permission.

You need to get permission from your parents to do this if you’re under the age of 18, and this is a big step that needs to be taken seriously. You need to explain to them why you should leave high school early and they need to sign off on you leaving high school and a big thing to do when you are discussing this with your parents is do not say that you’re dropping out.

It can help because this isn’t dropping out. You have to accept the answer that your parents give you. If they tell you no, you have to explain to them why you need to do this, and why it’s good for you. So you need to make a plan to go to college. So in New York state with the TASC exam, what you need to do is get conditional acceptance to college.

There’s a video on my channel about how to get conditional acceptance. It’s actually fairly easy. You should check that out. You can’t get discouraged in this process and getting pre-accepted into college early is a very easy task, and as simple as one email. You just take five three-hour tests in different core subjects and you get your diploma.

From there, you can start taking college early. You can start school in the next semester and this is a big step towards having a brighter future. If you’re sick and struggling, check out my video on should I graduate high school early and see if you should for yourself. If it’s not right for you, then it may not be a good option to go, but for many sick and suffering kids Across the Nation, this is the way that You should go.

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