I left school half way through my last year(last year 2011) after I realised that I wasn't doing anything of interest there. Did a few short courses for the rest of the year including welding, plumbing, joinery, painting and plastering, and carpentry just to see what i wanted to do this year. Now I'm doing a certificate in Carpentry at a technical institute and trying to build up a small local longboard company.
mAN , I know I talked some "crap" about college,
but IF you were in your last year, why not finish up???
Atleast you'll have a certificate to have with you for LIFE.
Sometimes ,I swear, that's the ONLY difference between a "supervisor"
or "Foreman" etc. and the run o' the mill pee-on!
Also with your board company perhaps you could find a hot "chick" who's a business major to run your office, paper-work ,and tax stuff, (which tends to be a real pain for the rest of us).
I had the same problem with computer classes at a community college,
I wasn't learning anything, and the other students were already employed,
just there for the certificate, same teacher (I disliked) for three of four classes, so I quit. But if I'd been going for as long as yourself,
I definately advize STRONGLY to "finish what you've started" (BEFORE it's TOO LATE, my man!)
Oh, wanted to say it's pretty awesome to see "the legend" D_HALL around,
still replying. Good to see Mr.Crowley is still here and active too!