Have friends. Have lots and lots of friends even if they are not on the same thinking level as you are. If you already have a few people you talk to, take advantage of this by getting to understand them better. As long as you don’t know what a person is really like, how can you expect that person to be your friend? Be open, try and discuss your problems and why you feel so bored in the school. There is a fat chance that the other person might be having the same problem.
Now that you know a few people who share your sentiments towards the school, it is time to increase the population of the circle. Be friendly with every one you bump into. Teenagers have this tendency to fall for any person who gives them a smile or a friendly gesture. If your actions attract people towards you, use it to your benefit and in a matter of days, you will be able to have a large group of friends who might share a few of your ideas and thoughts.
Joining a sport is another great idea if you aspire to kill boredom at work. If you are good at a sport, you should give trials. If the trials work out well for you, you will be able to interact with your teammates. Although it will take some time, if you do well in practise and then play a few games, you will be able to bond with them and then have a really great time.
Furthermore, you will also be able to interact with cheerleaders. In most schools, no matter how boring they are, cheerleaders are pretty hot and they would cheer on for you if you do well in practise and then in matches. Eye a good cheerleaders for yourself and you might have a great chance of having a girlfriend.