I know that they will become Embarrassed after school if they have an F, and I'm also aware that a B or an A grade will start you in the career 2 and 3 levels ahead. Will my kid be taken if I have an F? I want to play a evil, horrible child challenge and want them to skip school.
I know in the Sims 1 they will be sent to military school if they miss 2 days of schooling and taken away by the Social Worker in the Sims 2.
I've heard very mixed claims. Will they be taken away or not in the Sims 4, if their grades are low?
Edit: I've never tried this myself and I'm curious to see. I don't have High School Years installed.
I am NOT part of anything in EA and I'm just a player. I try my best to answer questions in the Sims forums, and showing info about the Sims, even posting answers and thoughts of feedback! I have been playing the Sims 4 for 2 years.
That's weird, because I played a house full of nothing but teens out chasing the dream of fame in that Hollywood themed world. And had a teen brother and sister living alone together. Are you sure you're thinking of sims4 and not some other version maybe?
Well that throws my lazy kid idea out the window
So you gotta try hard to be awful but just barely not awful enough. That’s just as much effort as trying hard to be an overachiever!
If it's like it is in TS2, you can't create the household without an adult in CAS. You would need to kill off the adult (or delete the adult) after moving them in. Come to think of it, it is this way in TS3 as well.
I'm not sure if a teen can move out of a household by him/herself. In TS2, there is a household that had 2 teens, 2 children and 2 toddlers. I don't know if there is some special flag that allows you to move them from the family bin. I would imagine that once they are an established household, not having an adult isn't an issue, but I could be wrong.
Making grades cause for removal from family is ludicrous. School =/= education and there should always be a choice.
Anyhow vampire school ought to be at night! It's inhumane asking the poor precious vamplings to go out to school while the dangerous sun is up.
That's one advantage of "graduate early" in the high school pack. The teen can't start an adult career quite yet but they can spend their time doing other things.
Good to know that it can be switched off if the player doesn't want to delete it.
I don't want to play household with control freak parents. I get caring where they are and what they do but there have to be exceptions like a teen can work a night job on weekends, or be doing independent study instead of attending school. It's not as much fun playing families if the kids are never around, and when they are, there is little time for anything besides homework.
I want to play a family of treasure divers on a houseboat traveling the globe, for instance.