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I'd say it's just time to get a GED and/or forget about high school. That or wrap it up quickly. I did three years worth of high school in about a school years worth of time because I was so ready to be DONE. Maybe she's ready to start trade school, or community colleges (can take a lot of classes online usually), or even an online college (check for reputable ones though). You don't need a high school diploma to start most colleges or trade schools. And the ones that require a diploma, rarely actually want to see the diploma or verify it with anyone.
Since she's 18, you could look into her getting paid to take care of her mother (if your mother is officially disables anyways). The state has paid my family members money in the past to take care of me since it interfered with their ability to get/keep jobs.
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