I was in public school up until 4th grade and then went to a private Christian school. I never really had friends outside the classroom because they all lived so far away (the school was a good 40 minute drive). I did have one friend who bonded with me quite well and that's the ENFP. We would stay over at each-others houses and things like that and it was actually fun. We are still great friends to this day. In fact, he is pretty much my only friend! At 9th grade I was enrolled into a new "Catholic" school (I'm not catholic) because my cousin went to school there. I despised it! I rebelled constantly against the authority of the catholic church. I would not do "mass" and I had no idea how to pray in latin and do all that fancy stuff that they do. Sure, like all schools there were some that I really got along with and some that really pushed my buttons. So, I lasted about 3 weeks there, and then got hurled into the abyss of the chaotic public school system. Don't get me wrong, I really liked the independence they gave you (no uniforms for example ) and the BEST thing (depending on how you look at it) was the lack of work they made you do. There was practically no homework (maybe an hours worth?) and that is compared to AT LEAST 6 hours/night at the Catholic school.
Socially, I kept to myself. Naturally, the kids that I left in 4th grade were completely different. The other thing is, I was really disgusted with the use of drugs and abuse of alcohol and I wanted no part of it. I also hated the lack of respect that I saw and the the laziness of other students, I mean, I wanted to help them but most were not open to asking for help, they just "didn't care". And the "I don't care" attitude was definitely among the most frustrating things for me to deal with. Why would you want to be friends with someone who "doesn't care"? So, I was mostly a "loner", meaning I had very few friends outside the classroom. Don't get me wrong, I wasn't silent, and I really did have some good laughs with "friends" in the classroom, but I did not usually converse with people unless they talked to me first or implicated me in one of their schemes or ideas- mostly regarding problems with another student or something like that. I guess I just played the "listener". I didn't make enemies, but I didn't really make friends either. I was never bullied, but I was definitely targeted by some bullies... I just didn't put up with their BS (I was big enough to defend myself). It was also very difficult for me to find a common interest with others.
(Sorry, I didn't realize how long this was! )