Basically if you are failing the best approach would be to speak with teachers of the classes you are failing in. Usually they will work to help you develop a plan to get back on course. Most teachers are sincerely interested in seeing their student's pass their course. It will usually require a little more effort on your part, but if you are really interested in passing you should be able to accomplish the goal. There are other options is you may be interested in changing schools, here is a website that may help you with that http://www.teenboardingschools.info/ This site is working to develop a comprehensive list of schools across the country.
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You should study more...spend a lot more time in your room reading and working. Its not a bad thing, at all....and how can I say this without being a dork...help your parents...do chores around the house...and, when you add these things together...you shouldnt have very much time to do anything..else..He he i think im saying this because i know theirs a lot of stoner creeps out there and, you get nowhere fast with them