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High school law?

jay314jay314 Registered User Posts: 8 New Member
edited September 12 in Law School
Hello people,
I am currently a high school student and i wanted to drop an AP class i signed up for, but the problem was that i signed a contract and that prevented me from dropping that class. Recently i found out that the contract is not binding because i, a minor signed it-my parents did not sign it. The new problem is that my school has a policy of altering schedules only in the 1st 2 weeks. I wanted to know if the policy still holds up if i was unable to change my schedule in the 1st place soly because if the contract? which is void

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