Sprinkles dropped out of school, so what? Food for thought:
Richard Branson - Virgin Group
As a child, Richard Branson struggled with dyslexia throughout his school years. After finding difficulty adjusting to numerous schools, he dropped out at the age of 16 to start his own youth culture magazine, called "Student." After moving to London in the mid-1960s, Branson developed his idea for a mail-order record company to help fund his magazine efforts, which he named Virgin.
Using a public phone box as his first office, Branson managed to sell records at significantly reduced prices. The venture proved highly successful, allowing Branson to expand the business with a record shop on Oxford Street. Over the coming decades, Branson would add an airline, drinks manufacturer and dozens of other ventures to his Virgin Group.
Gates, Jobs, and Ellison all dropped out of college.
As for the rest of this thread, seriously, wtf? It's like watching woodpeckers peck a tree to death. Is there really a point?