Schools have thousands of ambitious students. They take their classes very seriously, work hard, and spend long hours studying. They should never get in trouble for doing what they are supposed to be doing.
Some people apparently think it is strange, however, that a student would spend hours studying at the library rather than doing things that many other students would be doing, such as hanging out with friends. Students who study hard are not bothering anyone or creating a disturbance. They are just studying quietly because they want to succeed and have a good life.
One student might dream of speaking at schools, for example. He imagines himself dressed in a suit, standing on a stage, and speaking to a crowd of students who look up at him with happy, eager faces, interested in hearing about his experiences. This student would be studying how to be an effective speaker. He would be learning about good speaking skills, such as eye contact, proper posture, and voice control.
Another student might want to be a doctor. He may be studying anatomy--learning about the locations and functions of different parts of the body.
As long as a student is not interfering with the learning environment, the school should leave him alone. He s studying, and he has work to do. He might be the same person they see speaking on a stage one day or doing surgery in an operating room in order to save someone's life.