It depends how much school work you have. You don’t need to workout 6x a week for 1-2 hours each day. That’s a bit overwhelming and can be stressful when you feel like you ABSOLUTELY HAVE TO workout. Ya know?
I suggest picking workout days on days when you don’t have as much schoolwork to do. Weekends are great for this. On a Saturday just spend 1-2 hours outside walking around or riding your bike. If you have a track, jog on it. If you live in the city, explore the shoppes. You’ll enjoy it more than being couped up indoors or inside a gym.
You can do pilates/yoga inside your home during the week. Go to bed an hour earlier, wake up an hour earlier so you have the house to yourself and just do a quick workout in the morning before school. It will wake you up and relax you so you’re not as stressed out.
Stick to 2-3 days of working out and focus on a clean diet. If you can get to a gym, even better.
Hell, you’re in high school. Stay after school and use their weight room. Schools typically provide busses to take you home afterward.
Honestly, you can turn any space into a good workout. Your bedroom, your backyard. You just need initiative. There’s no such things as a “good” or “bad” workout as long as you push yourself to improve each time. Go longer, faster, harder per rep.
Get a jump rope. Jump anywhere.
Get a bike. Bike anywhere.
Get roller blades/skates. Skate anywhere.
Yoga, in your room. In the garage. In the living room. On the kitchen counter… loljk. Or maybe ;) Outside.. etc.
Jogging/running/squats/lunges/hopping/sprinting/walking/running up and down stadium steps
The options are endless. Just workout when you have time. Doing something closer to home will increase the chances of you working out than driving to a gym. Hope this helps. :)