“Will this be on the test?” and “Tell me what to do” work occasionally in high school. But that approach is working less often and less reliably every day in the real world.
As often as you can, approach the things that matter to you in high school not by looking for a right answer and waiting to be told what to do. Instead, try:
“Here’s what I think we should do.”
“Here’s why I think that’s right.”
“Here’s what I’m hoping will happen if it works.”
“Who’s with me?”
That’s the posture of the leader who seeks to solve problems without a right answer. And colleges can’t get enough of those people.