Well first your 19 and just finished highschool go to a college and get on their team then play and then go to summer circuit were you play and invited to a nba training camp and then hopefully dont get cut then get drafted hopefully
Depends on what you want. If you want to go to college go to the high school. If you want to learn a trade go to the vocational high school.
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It depends. You know, the Finnish kids have to go to school for nine years (primary school = grades 1-6, middle school = grades 7-9) and after they have finished their ninth class they can decide if they want to continue studying. Then they can go to high school for 2,5 or more years, or they can go to technical school. And if they want to go to university, it starts after they have finished high school. But not so many Finnish youngsters want or can go to university.
A diploma is a certificate that says you graduated from an institution (in this case it's high school). A GED is something you can receive if you drop out of high school but want to go to college; it's a certificate pretty much says "I may not have finished high school, but I have the basic knowledge to attend college." A diploma is better than a GED.
Stay in school. Be cool. Also, you need high school if you don't want to starve to death when you're an adult.
The motto of Queens Metropolitan High School is 'Who am I, Who Do I Want To Be, How do I Get There'.
My opinion is that it is a very convenient option for those who want to finish their high school and move on to better opportunities. It has been two years since I graduated from Nation high, I finished community college. I am currently working but I am hoping to go back to college after this summer.