My question involves civil rights in the State of: Indiana.
Recently I have tried to have the school grant me permission to leave the property at my own freewill when needbe- for appointments and other responsibilities outside of school. As an 18 year old who has recently gotten a car loan completely on his own, makes sure he gets to school on time and work, I really wish to have the right to attend needed appointments. I am told I do not, I must have a parent call for me to grant access for me to leave. However, I fail to see why. As an adult, I should be respected enough to manage my own time accordingly, without my mom being held responsible. She sleeps in, and she's made it clear she does not want to school to contact her with matters concerning me.
The school continues to tell me I must get emancipated, however, when I've looked into it, there is no guides to emancipate as an adult, only minors. Please, I would like something to show the school that I am legally my ownself. I sleep at home, me and my parents have an understanding, they take care of me, but they don't parent me anymore. The school should legally respect that.