If anyone actually realized (other than my friends), I would be screwed.
I was mostly quiet, respectful, and intelligent, and did well on all the classwork. Most teachers had a "what a nice student" opinion of me. This, combined with having a pad of passes, and being friendly with the administration/"security" personnel, meant that I basically did whatever the hell I felt like doing, and had to do exactly zero work. Not joking either.
I wound up with a 3.7 GPA.....I feel bad for all the pathetic people who actually did what they were supposed to. If there was a way out of it, I always found it.
EDIT: Thinking about it....it's about what you'd expect for an ISTP. I understood the rules, and figured out how to break them without getting in trouble for it.
In Primary school I was a good quiet kid. Really wanted to be seen as the skillful one. The one with that special touch.
Never quite pulled that off . Not consistently at least.
Those few times when I've pulled it off are precious to me.
In Highschool I was quiet too. More zoned out though. Lot's more thinking, my own thoughts not the schoolwork.
It got into my head that we were being had in someway around 15. And that I had some insight into a screwed system.
Teachers thought I was a good kid maybe a little intense and zoned out in class.
I had great times with my friends early in Highschool though. Wars in the bush with rocks and pinecones, socks full of sand. Made some good friends.
My friends and I evolved into the outcast/stoner/artist fringe.