I'm sorry to hear that. I hope that your situation is not nearly quite so bad as mine.
Somewhat random advice:
If your parents are strict and act like what I've described, don't expect them to pay for the college you want to take if it's different from what they want. You'll have to work to pay for your own college. Do your best to find out what your parents' agenda is and whether or not you agree, then plan accordingly.
My parents were literally the absolute worst case - they demanded a say in my educational planning if they were paying for anything (then resorted to other things), even if I was paying my school fees myself. Word of advice - if you're 16, 17, 18, etc, find out. Don't assume that your parents will pay for your school. The odds of you failing the first semester of college are high, because it's always going to be a change from high school or home school or whatever you're used to. The odds of you changing your major are high, and that change might be to something your parents don't agree with. Every single educational planning decision you make after high school will be a battle.
High school students - most of them just coast through their experience like it's all a party. When in reality, this is the moment you should be busting your butt the most. Either take advanced courses to shorten your college nightmare or get a job or both, if you can handle both. If you have bad parents, you probably should take a year off and work before going back to college. Ignore everyone telling you otherwise. With no safety net and people who have your back in college, you're sunk.
Anyway, I'm fortunate that I'm still young and found this out early - but still the hard way. Ick. But that's would I would have told my younger self were I to go back in time. Maybe I can save someone else that, heh.