Without meaning to be rude I have to point a couple things out.
First and foremost as MUs said, we won't help you bypass security set in place by someone else.
I'm going to guess English isn't your first language. If it is, then your grasp of it is exceptionally weak and you really, REALLY need to take some remedial English classes. Your complete lack of capitalization, punctuation, grammer and even basic spelling is appalling and makes your rant very hard to read.
Yes, I said "rant" because I didn't actually see a question in there.
From what little sense I could make of your post, you're a student and the school has very restrictive policies about what you can and can't do online. Let me explain how this works.
The school owns the computers you use while you're there. The school owns the network you use to access the internet from school. Because they, not you, own it, they have every right to say how it can and cannot be used.............period, end of story.
If you don't like it, you have a couple of options open to you. You could file an official complaint. You could start a petition and get all the students and staff to sign it and turn it in to whomever is in charge. With a bit of luck, either might be enough to cause the school to reevaluate their policy.
Barring that, you could always go home and surf the internet to your hearts content from there where you have no restrictions. Unless of course, you're an underage kid who's parents are also restrictive in which case you're screwed until you're old enough to move out, get your own place and buy your own internet access.
Alternatively, if you're in a college or university (and if you are I weep for the future of this planet. The fact that someone your age is functionally illiterate and still managed to get into college/university makes me want to kill myself before you and your age group begin running this world!) you are still subject to the whims of those who control the network. It may be possible for you to get your own internet connection in your dorm room but you'd have to pay for it but at least then, if you can do it, you'd finally be able surf where you want.
It matters not how straight the gate,
How charged with punishments the scroll,
I am the master of my fate;
I am the captain of my soul.