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By Anonymous / Sunday 10 January 2016 10:35 / United States - Pittsburg
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  chinaski7628  |  32

I also highly doubt mom would ever be able to pull this off. Perhaps if OP was in elementary school, she could, but even at a private school, I don't see it happening. As long as OP passes the proper classes and earns the credits for the classes, the school cannot hold him back. The real FML is that OP's mom sounds like an asshole.

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  I_own_a_dog  |  11

What's a headmaster? Is this hogwarts?

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  Roaster94  |  5

Not only that, but I can only assume OP is in highschool or less. Yes it's important to stress good grades mainly for good habits, but unless you want in to Harvard b's vs a's don't matter much

By  Comrox  |  19

The school will not allow that. I'm sorry your mother is being so irrational. Not every student can manage straight As. Explain to your mom that you're doing the best you can. As a parent, the only thing she should be expecting is her child's best work. Anything she expects that's above your power is a reflection on herself. Not you.

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  chinaski7628  |  32

Even if she is paying a lot of money, the school will laugh her out the door. Schools, even private schools, still have to follow state and federal guidelines for accreditation. What OP's mom is threatening could endanger a school's reputation, funding, and accreditation. If OP gets a C or higher in a class, there is no way OP will have to repeat that class, much less the whole grade.

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