Not completing high school does narrow your options in life. Most people say that isn't a good thing. It may be right for you though.
I finished high school, then dropped out of college - only to return 4 years later. It was a bit harder to adjust without the momentum of study. But I did it and loved it enough to do a postgraduate course.
Maybe find a mentor in programming to help you set challenges - engaging your programming related to school work.
IMHO a large number of students in compulsory education (to age 16 here) don't love school.
Note - I am biased as I am now a high school Maths teacher in the UK. Sadly, only one teacher inspired me at school, so I am trying to do better.