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    It's not so much the turning 18 in year 12 it's where he does. Very end of the year after school breaks up. And This will be the case all the way through. I going to talk to the early childhood boss. As I mentioned the school is all linked and they layout the path through the early years and I'm sure he's not meant to be turning 19 in that last year. It's very confusing!

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    My oldest turned 17 in May of Yr12 all but 1 of his friends turned 18 that year. This year he turned 20 and all his friends are turning 21. I think it would be best if he turned 18 in yr12.
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    I turned 17 in the late July of my year 12 year and it was great. If he turns 18 right at the end he definitely won't be the youngest, lots of kids only turn 17 in year 12.

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    I turned 17 after I finished year 12, it wasn't an issue


 

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