Taking into consideration the idea that individuals have been categorized by age, a factor which obviously transcends one's control, it may be easier to identify the insensate establishment of which grade one is to be admitted into/how many years one may need to absorb necessary information. As in some cases we are able to see that a freshmen may face distress when put into a senior class, there are many exceptions; especially an existing, ambitious student who is ready to take on his/her life, starting with proper education which should be dispensed for the specific field of which he/she desires to put forth his/her endeavors. Therefore, one student may be able to accomplish twice as much in the same amount of time as another student. In my opinion, information of every kind should be incorporated into each year of learning, depending on the pace at which the student is able to work. If this involves eliminating 12th grade and asking schools to push themselves to help progress the student and allow them to get a head start on life, then so be it. High schools are supposed to allow young men and women to excel and strive for excellent success, not hold them back from achieving their goals. Finally (and frankly), the removal of this year would push others to work harder in realizing that their years of being spoon-fed are coming to an end. Independence would be a key concept presented to the young men and women through this idea.
Therefore, I believe that 12th grade should be eliminated.
Many Americans go out of their way to not pay taxes that go to schools. And too many schools are under funded at this point. Most Americans need their foundations in schooling more properly funded. There is an obvious bloat in subjects most won't need in the future and are hard to pass but so easily forgotten due to shallow teaching process. Better off learning it later optionally for those that need it so it can be taught correctly.
It should because teens would have more freedom before collage. There are advantages to having 4 years over 3. Then again, there would be advantages to having 5 years over 4. You should get to spend time with family before you're shipped off to collage. There should be no 12th grade.
It should go because people need a little push to do thing becuase there is high % of people play on there phones and not doing there work. Plus there is more choose to other things than math scinece and eniglsh,eta. So i say that 12 grade be eliminated in high school
I believe 12th grade shouldn't be eliminated for the following reason:
12th grade offers a chance for teenagers to phase out of high school and into college. Many schools offer college subjects in 12th grade and those classes allow for a taste of college. These topics often require 11th grade skills- if twelfth grade was eliminated then there would be two outcomes: (A) The districts would force these topics of Juniors, leaving them hopelessly confused and stressed along with the added stress of their SAT's. (B) The students would never get a feel for college classes and be overwhelmed by the difficulty of their subjects. It would leave them overly stressed and burned out about college, leading them to fail classes and drop out of college.
For this reason, I believe that 12th grade should NOT be eliminated.
Even though most seniors do not have a full schedule of classes, it is still not uncommon for them to have all six (or more if the school has block schedule) classes. I am currently a junior and personally do not consider myself ready to go to college next year. Some students are really motivated and graduate high school after three years, but most do not. Also, many of the varsity sports teams at high schools are about 50% seniors. It would be awful to eliminate what most people to consider to be the best year of high school.
I believe that schools should continue 12th grade and add an optional 13th year for the following reasons.
1. Some students are not prepared academically or emotionally for the stress of college even after 12th grade and require an extra year to prepare.
2. Students brains have not yet fully developed by 11th grade and they would be horribly confused and depressed with SAT's and the following year the college workload.