i am 14 and have been home schooled my whole life but I am actually not receiving any schooling and I can't go to a real school for reasons beyond me so I'm basically self taught. Anyway i don't see myself getting a diploma in 4 years and I don't know what to do?
You could look up an online program/school and speak to a guardian or parent about enrolling you.
It takes less effort to sign up for than enrolling in a traditional brick and mortar school. Some schools will even send you a laptop (with accessories like headphones, etc.) if you don't have an available PC or learning device. As well as devices, some even send you textbooks and other school supplies such as chemistry sets, reading materials, and art supplies.
Online Charter schools do not cost money and are relatively easy to contact and enroll in. Most also do not require extensive parent/guardian activity or application (making it easier for parents/guardians with tight schedules). A lot of what happens in an online school is the responsibility of the student as you set your own pace and complete lessons daily as you would in a traditional school. Real teachers are on hand and available to contact and often schedule live lesson times (where you attend a lesson being live streamed with many other, real students and interact with them and the teacher as you would in a traditional setting). At times, a parent/guardian might be required to check in now and then to speak to teachers about your performance and or check your grades and activity.
Anyway, they are a great option for parents or guardians reluctant to enroll in a public school or don't have the funds for a private school. Online schooling is very modern and accommodating as well!
This is just my suggestion... I personally graduated with honors from an online charter school and am now a college student enrolled in a four-year college (thus so far, I have a very positive opinion about online schooling). I graduated from Connections Academy (located in the US) and if you're not from the US, then there are still many other options out there to consider.
I hope you and your parents/guardians find a suitable education path you soon! :)
You can go to the community college bookstore and get books for classes that interest you. I suggest you get interested in civics, economics, and business management. If anybody asks, you intend to sell options for a living, so you need to learn about the stock market and business in general. Get a business calculator that comes with a book and study until you understand business arithmetic perfectly.
Get "Dress For Success" by John Molloy and consider all the advice for students. Don't get hung up on expensive clothes. You only need to be aware of that topic. Spend your efforts on story telling, drama, and any sort of vocal skill.
Get an afternoon job to pay for your books. No car. When you think you really need a car, save up and get something you can pay cash for. No repairs. When it needs a repair, sell it and buy one that doesn't need a repair.