I'm just tired of school it's not even gonna help me learn about life and what I need I'd rather work and make money
Probably the best way to learn about life and work is to listen to people in control of your life tell you to do things that they get to tell you that you don't think are worth doing. Work is like that too but you get paid less over the course of your life if you don't learn to do it in school first.
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Not over your parens objection.
The age of compulsory attendance at school is age 6 to 16 (calculated based on your age on August 1 of each year). If you are older than that, it doesn't give you the right to drop out if you want. Now, if your parents will let you do so (although that raises serious questions about their judgment), then yes, you can. However, if your parents want to keep you in school, they can until you turn 18 or graduate.
Big picture, there isn't much work for those without a highschool diploma.
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