Every now and then, we all kind of think about what it would be like to go back to High School knowing what we know now. Well, a 29-year-old woman took it a huge step further and indeed went back, posing as a High School student.

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29-Year-Old Woman Poses As High School Student

Parents, students, and school officials are quite concerned after discovering a 29-year-old woman somehow legally enrolled as a student at New Brunswick High School in New Jersey and attended school "for days".

That's right, the woman was officially enrolled at the High School according to WAFB.com.

29-year-old Hyejeong Shin reportedly provided the school with a fake birth certificate in order to be enrolled, and as such, she's being charged with providing fake government documents.

29 year old poses as High School student
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Even with a fake birth certificate, it still seems like it should take more than that to enroll in high school right?

Not so in New Jersey.

From WAFB.com -

"The New Jersey Department of Education requires schools to immediately enroll unaccompanied children, even without records normally required for enrollment."

According to CBS New York, Hyejeong Shin was enrolled as a Freshman at New Brunswick High School for four days.

Hyejeong Shin New Brunswick High School
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Obviously, parents and students are pretty upset about this happening.

From WAFB.com -

“'To know that a person with that intention was that close to me is even scarier,' said Arroyo’s daughter, 16-year-old Rihanna Colon.

I want to see the school make a change. They simply just ignore everything, sweep it under rug for their reputation,”'

Read the full story at WAFB.com.

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