I'm 16, a legal citizen of the U.S. I have all the papers that the school district requires for enrollment (birth certificate, proof of vaccination, etc). What I do not have is my parents' consent. I have been homeschooled for most of my life, and I really want to go to public school instead. That goes against my parents' wishes for my education, who believe that homeschooling is what's best. I've tried to talk it over with them but they basically think that public school is run by the devil, so I'm stuck. Do you think if I go to the school district and make a case for myself and show my papers, that they will listen to my situation and possibly enroll me? After all, it is the law to go to school, right?