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Just think at 18 you can go into Army and do whatever you want except buy liquor or a pistol. 

Say he is 18 summer before he is a  senior and is out on his own and decides to move to another district how can it be stopped with the parent rule.  In every since of the word he is a grown adult.  

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9 minutes ago, HooverOutlaw said:

Just think at 18 you can go into Army and do whatever you want except buy liquor or a pistol. 

Say he is 18 summer before he is a  senior and is out on his own and decides to move to another district how can it be stopped with the parent rule.  In every since of the word he is a grown adult.  

Can't but you have to show proof of residency. ie.. Drivers license, lease , phone bill etc.. showing proof of residency in the schools district and in your name.

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Just now, CODBEARD said:

Can't but you have to show proof of residency. ie.. Drivers license, lease , phone bill etc.. showing proof of residency in the schools district and in your name.

At 18 I think you can do all that.   18-19 year old kids have leases all the time at college.  It's a crazy deal but just looking at it from a different standpoint.

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21 minutes ago, HooverOutlaw said:

Just think at 18 you can go into Army and do whatever you want except buy liquor or a pistol. 

Say he is 18 summer before he is a  senior and is out on his own and decides to move to another district how can it be stopped with the parent rule.  In every since of the word he is a grown adult.  

Reason #37 to attend a private school. 

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4 minutes ago, HooverOutlaw said:

At 18 I think you can do all that.   18-19 year old kids have leases all the time at college.  It's a crazy deal but just looking at it from a different standpoint.

here is an interesting one..GHSA adresses but no mention in the rules for an 18 year old living on his own

9. If the student marries and sets up a first-time residence, the student retains eligibility.

 

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This happened in DE one year. A coach from Baltimore got hired at Dover HS and two of his former players from Edmonson West Side High in Baltimore ( yes "The Bunks" school )transferred to Dover for their Senior year. Both were 18 and both got an apartment together in Dover. Who paid for it no one knows. There was no evidence the coach did so there was nothing the DIAA could do about it regardless how many people bitched and complained and they did lol..

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8 minutes ago, CODBEARD said:

here is an interesting one..GHSA adresses but no mention in the rules for an 18 year old living on his own

9. If the student marries and sets up a first-time residence, the student retains eligibility.

 

Plenty of guys have knocked up girls in HS and moved in together before graduation.  He is 18 a father and a Senior how could he be ineligible.

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2 minutes ago, HooverOutlaw said:

Plenty of guys have knocked up girls in HS and moved in together before graduation.  He is 18 a father and a Senior how could he be ineligible.

I dunno ,, In GA you have to get married I suppose..lol

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3 minutes ago, CODBEARD said:

This happened in DE one year. A coach from Baltimore got hired at Dover HS and two of his former players from Edmonson West Side High in Baltimore ( yes "The Bunks" school )transferred to Dover for their Senior year. Both were 18 and both got an apartment together in Dover. Who paid for it no one knows. There was no evidence the coach did so there was nothing the DIAA could do about it regardless how many people bitched and complained and they did lol..

One of those kids could have been left money from grandmother.

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6 minutes ago, HooverOutlaw said:

One of those kids could have been left money from grandmother.

no.. I know both the kids and where they are from.. The one kid played illegally for Liberty in the Maryland Youth Championships one year when he was a soph in HS and 16 , He suited up for a 13U team.. That team and coach got a permanent ban from their youth league and MDYC. The other kid is the son of the most shady coach in the old HCBS Youth league. Known for recruiting, using ineligible players, monkeying with the scales etc etc ( he was eventually ousted as well) ,,Trust me the deal in Dover was shady just couldn't be proven

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1 hour ago, HooverOutlaw said:

Just think at 18 you can go into Army and do whatever you want except buy liquor or a pistol. 

Say he is 18 summer before he is a  senior and is out on his own and decides to move to another district how can it be stopped with the parent rule.  In every since of the word he is a grown adult.  

Don't think you can smoke until 21 now

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1 hour ago, HooverOutlaw said:

Just think at 18 you can go into Army and do whatever you want except buy liquor or a pistol. 

Say he is 18 summer before he is a  senior and is out on his own and decides to move to another district how can it be stopped with the parent rule.  In every since of the word he is a grown adult.  

Not sure if its in ghsa rules but they might require athletic participants to stay with family

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