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It is correct to use "from that" in relative clauses as in the following example sentence I wrote?

Student who finished a middle school, from that is a school you have to obtain diploma to apply for a high school, either go to technical schools...

Or should it be

Student who finished a middle school, that is a school you have to obtain diploma from to apply for a high school, either go to technical schools...

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Version 2 is closer to being correct (but needs further improvement)

A student who finished middle school, which is a school you have to obtain diploma from to either apply for high school or go to technical school...

In order to use the preposition "from" you need to keep the object of the preposition next to the preposition itself:

A student who finished a middle school, from which you have to obtain diploma to either apply for high school or go to technical school...

Note that the sentence, as you have it constructed now, is not complete. There is no verb for the subject of student and the subject needs an article (A student).

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