Jingle wrote:Druidic Wolf, I just wanted to add a comment as a parent of a teenage member who is also finishing up high school and getting ready to go the University in August. She started the course. She got through the introductory materials and then decided that she really needed to just be a teenager. The course is here for her when she is ready for it, and there is no reason for her to pick it up or go further than she wants to at any time. Whatever you do, don't stress about it. Take your time to savour it.
Creirwy wrote:Just because your doing the course doesnt mean you cant PARTY! (infact I think knowing how to party is lesson 1 of druidry lol).
Corvin wrote:Is there an inclination or preference to allow progression to other grades provided one gets a tutor? If cases where one chooses not to, what is the criteria to used measure. Whatever you decide to say is appreciated.
To join the Order and take the course you must be at least 18 years of age. In exceptional circumstances we can accept enrolments from students who are 16 or 17, but their enrolment must be accompanied by a letter from a parent or guardian confirming that they are happy for them to be taking the course. We appreciate that many younger people would like to take the course, but over the years we have found that the material presented simply cannot be assimilated by those under 16.
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