Should I switch from private school to public school?

My class has been very mean to each other and there is only 15 kids (including me). For example just a few days ago a teacher found a note about a plan to make one boy cry. This is far from the worst thing done in my class just this time they got in trouble. The teachers and the principal have given up on us. Another thing is that all the people who are mean are all loved by the teachers so they never get in trouble. I have been wanting to go to a public school since 5th grade, I now have my chance but it's now almost in the middle of 8th grade. I will be attending public high school so this might be a better transition so I will at least know a few people and possibly make a few friends. But I will be going into a place where I don't know anyone
Asked Oct 27, 2012
Somebody is paying a lot of money for you to go to private school and it sounds like they aren't getting what they're paying for. Still, I wouldn't try changing schools in the middle of the year. You could miss out on material that is critical for high school. Friends are important but school is really about learning.

Answered Oct 27, 2012
Edited Oct 27, 2012
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Answered Nov 16, 2017
Edited Nov 16, 2017
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