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What is the smartest choice?

I'm a sophomore in high school and I have the opportunity to graduate my junior year with only having to take one online course which I don't mind. I don't know if I should, because my teachers say if I want to go to college I could stay and take college courses. I understand but I'm thinking of going to school for a license for something. I would also consider doing both if possible. I don't mind honest opinions.

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Rupesh’s Answer

I think doing both is the smartest thing to do. That way you're taking college level courses, while still enjoying being with friends one more year for your senior year. Time goes by fast. It's important to not only grow by pushing what you can achieve, which you're already doing, but also enjoying the time you have as a senior in high school. You won't get that time back once it passes.
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Eric’s Answer

Hi La'Kayla,

If your high school offers college classes where you would earn college credits I think it is a good idea, as it can be an cheaper alternative to taking the same class at a college. Even going to school for a license depending on which one you want to peruse, they usually still require certain college courses to complete before sitting for an exam (for example the CPA).
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