(Warning: this post includes a lot of sarcasm.)
1. The "English Class is Actually My Novel" Writer
This fortunate writer's parents decided that since writing is obviously their child's future occupation and the family homeschools, the child should learn English via novel writing.
2. The "Secret Study Hall" Writer
This writer uses study hall to work on his novel, but shhhhh, don't tell the teacher. Who needs to do science homework anyway?
3. The Lunchtime Writer
Lunch isn't for talking to real friends, it's for playing with fictional characters. This writer uses her 20 minute lunch break to write.
4. The "Forget Notes, I Have a Plot Bunny" Writer
Math class is too boring and this shiny new story is blossoming in my mind. This writer pretends he is taking notes, but he is actually writing another chapter. (Also he's probably praying that his teacher doesn't call on him.)
5. The Studious, Overcommitted Writer
This writer really wants time to write but has overcommitted herself to grades and extracurricular activities. Also, she's too studious to prioritize writing over school. (Also slightly terrified of failing.). This writer hardly ever writes.