*ahem* this isn't hacking we're talking about; it is Cracking. Please don't confuse the two, because the term Hacker is becoming a more positive thing in recent times. It denotes a sort of specialist.
(Sorry, a little off-topic, but this is a big thing for a lot of people)
However, I would agree. Don't come to a place like this blatently asking for advice on something illegal. Keep yourself clean until you are a little less at risk, man. Just think of probation for 7 years without being able to use a computer, or even a touch-tone telephone.
It is unethical to circumvent the firewall in place at your institution. Once you mature, you will understand why.
I used to IT consult in educational facilities, and I remember seeing user agreements between the students and the staff for internet access. Perhaps you had to sign one too. Working your way around a firewall would be a violation of that agreement.
Closing thread, as I don't want to get into an ethics discussion here, and I don't want to give someone a chance to illegally assist you.