Even though there are plenty of Hollywood stars out there who have managed to juggle their academic obligations with their film schedules, Lily-Rose Depp decided early on that she didn’t want that kind of life. Depp told wowplus in an interview back in 2019 that while at the 2016 Sundance Film Festival, she realized that acting was much more important to her and that school just didn’t fit in her professional equation. , and she also didn’t believe that having a formal education was needed for her to get where she was headed in life.
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“I think that the American school system puts a lot of pressure on kids, so if you don’t go to college, then you won’t be successful or you won’t have a good life or you won’t realize your dreams. That’s a really dangerous pressure to put on kids,” Depp told the publication. So, what do Depp’s parents think about her decision to drop out of high school? According
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to the model and actor, there really isn’t much for them to say about it.