How To Delete After School App Account?

How do I delete my work or school account?

To delete your work or school account on Quora, follow these steps:
How do I delete my Moe account on Google? Log in to your Quora account.
Click the Account tab at the top of the page.
Under ‘Your account information’, click ‘Delete account’.
Follow the on-screen instructions to complete the uninstallation process.

Follow these steps to delete your Moe account on Google:
Go to and sign in.
Click on the three lines in the top left corner of the page.
Under ‘My account’, click on ‘Manage your accounts’.
Under ‘Your profile’, click ‘Delete account’.
Enter your email address and password and connect ‘Delete Account’.

How do I delete my Google school account?

How do I delete the Common App account? To delete your Google school account, go to and sign out.


The best way to delete your Common App account is to go to the Account Settings page on the website and click the Delete link next to your name.

How do I remove a school admin from my Chromebook?

The best way to delete your Common App account is to go to the Account Settings page on the website and click the Delete link next to your name.

How can I delete the administrator account?

There are a few ways to remove a school administrator from your Chromebook. Go to the “Settings” menu on your Chromebook and select “Apps.” You can select “Manage Apps” and “Uninstall App” from here. Then you need to enter the administrator username and password. After this, the administrator’s app will be removed from your Chromebook.


How do I delete an account on Google?

To delete an account on Google:
Open the Google Account Settings page.
Click on ‘Deactivate your account’ under ‘Accounts and services’ on the left.
Follow the instructions to complete deactivating your account.

How do I remove myself as a student from Google Classroom?

To remove yourself from Google Classroom as a student, follow these steps: 1. Sign in to your Google account.
2. Under ‘My Activity’, search for ‘Google Classroom’.
3. On the left side of the page, under ‘Classrooms I’m in’, find and click the class you want to remove yourself from.

Can a student remove themselves from Google Classroom?

Yes, a student can remove themselves from Google Classroom.

How do I unlink my school email from Gmail?

First, you need to log in to your Gmail account. Click on the three lines in the top left corner of the screen and select Settings. Under “Accounts,” click the link next to your school’s email address. On the next page, under ‘Settings’, select ‘Add account’. In the “Email address” field, enter your school’s email address (without the part). Under ‘Password’, enter your school’s password. Click Save.

How do you delete a Google Classroom account on a laptop?

To delete a Google Classroom account on a laptop, first, open Google Classroom. Then click the gear icon in the top left corner and select Settings. On the Settings page, under Accounts, click the account you want to remove. Under Remove this account, click Remove account.

Can you delete a university application?

Yes, you can delete a university application. However, it is important to remember that your application will be kept at the admission office of your chosen school and can be used in the admissions process if you are accepted.

Can I create a new Common App account?

Yes, you can create a new Common App account. To do this, go to and follow the instructions.

Is your Common App account expiring?

No, your Common App account will not expire.

Is It Illegal to Unregister a School Chromebook?

No specific law prohibits a school from unenrolling a Chromebook, but doing so may violate the terms of the device’s warranty or contract. In addition, unenrolling a Chromebook can lead to frustration for students and staff who rely on it for school work.

John D.Mayne
I love to write. When I wasn’t writing for my school newspaper or college blog, I was writing personal essays and journal entries. Then I discovered I loved to write. In college, I wrote for my school paper and my campus radio show. I started doing freelance writing for the Huffington Post in 2009. Then, I joined the team at Newsmyth as a writer/editor. Now, I spend most of my time writing for Newsmyth and as a guest blogger on a handful of other blogs. When I’m not writing, I like to read, travel, cook, and spend time with friends.