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will i be able to graduate with the people i grew up with? - January 8th 2011, 05:33 PM

im in grade 8.
im in a school that goes from 4-9, then i have to go to another that goes from 10-12.
next year, for grade 9, i want to go to boarding school.
but i want to come back for grade 12 to graduate with my friends i have now.
i might even come back for grade 11, anyways, im planning on only being there for a couple years, not all of high school.
so, well i be able to?
im in french immersion, will i be able to go back to that if i do an advanced french class in boarding school? they don't have french in math and stuff
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Re: will i be able to graduate with the people i grew up with? - January 8th 2011, 09:53 PM

It all depends what your friends do with their lives. Some may change schools, some may not. If they stay at the same school you want to return to, then sure you could graduate. If they do stay at the same school, it depends if you all still have a friendship or if the relationship weakens as you meet new people. As a result, graduating with them as friends may not be possible if you all don't view each other as friends.

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Re: will i be able to graduate with the people i grew up with? - January 9th 2011, 07:40 PM

I would talk with the school counselor in the school were you would like to graduate and with the school counselor at the boarding school. Making sure the credits are transferable and that you will be taking the proper tests, such as exit exams, is important. You also want to think about college. Will a college accept those credits? Will you be able to take the SAT and ACT?
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Re: will i be able to graduate with the people i grew up with? - January 10th 2011, 03:08 PM

It also depends on whether the credits will transfer.
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