Hi, I'm new to the site, but not anarchist philosophy, and I had to respond just to let you know that I'm quite heartened that your generation has produced such impressive human beings. I didn't come to the conclusions you have, or really have much of a political awareness at all till college.
As far a school goes, I tell my daughter, who is one year your junior, that the important thing is to get through it, and never buy into the teachers and administrators myth of their own authority. Never sacrifice your own power, which is founded on your own self-awareness (which always affirms your intrinsic goodness) and never doubt your recognition that the systems of control that you are currently enduring represent an empty suit and are founded upon a false sense competence and a truly compromised moral compass. The people aren't bad, no people are...but the systems they buy into, and therefore must defend, deny your power at every turn.
As far as the efforts you in particular put towards your studies, again, that should be entirely up to you. How likely is it that you wish to continue with formal education? I would attempt to make the grades that make that a likely outcome, if you wish to go to college.
Considering how alienating school is, since it is the modern world condensed and focused for a captive audience, I consider your attitude sterling.
I am truly, and sincerely impressed and it is very nice to meet you.