It was *never* possible - the only thing that worked on “CR-48” ones was changing the S/N, but the management came back if it reverted back to the original number. The reason Chromebooks are popular with the “One Chromebook per child” era of education is the management for a reason. While it’s annoying, appreciate it. Back when I went to school, you didn’t get a laptop. Now everyone has to take the Chromebooks because “equality”. That said, I’d carry my real notebook and keep the Chromebook for the times you need it (other than someone crying my machine is too nice in comparison). I went into it in detail here years ago.
The management is tied to the serial number of the Chromebook, so no it cannot be bypassed. In your case, you may need to wait until you graduate before they remove it. The problem is there may be a hidden technicality where it has to have an enterprise enrollment lock attached to it due to some school district policy, or specific requirement forcing it. If I was in your position (especially since your parents probably paid for it!) I'd tell them this:
- Shove the Chromebook where the sun doesn’t shine.
- If you are going to force this on me, I expect there to be zero management, at all. I had to pay for it, so you do not get to lock it down.
- (Dell only) Give me the ownership information so I can transfer it under my name. You lost ownership title once you made me pay retail/CDW rate and didn’t make it a loaner.
At this point, you need to remember to hold them to their part of the deal if you bought it — DO NOT RELY ON YOUR PARENTS! They will not understand the problem and you will have a useless Chromebook you paid for.