Make sure to move all of the data (pictures, documents, etc.) you want to keep out of your Google Drive soon. The IT department may be wiping the school accounts soon, causing all data in them to be deleted forever. Make sure to move everything as soon as possible.
How to move your data to a separate Google account:
Go to your school Google Drive and make sure that “My Drive” is highlighted on the left.
Left-click and over the folders and documents to select them all at once.
Right-click on a folder or document and click on “Share…”
Type in the email address of your second Google account and click “Done.”
Sign out of your school account, and sign into your second account.
Go to your second account’s Google Drive.
Click on the “New” button on the left and click on “Folder.”
Type in a name for the folder, such as “School Data” or something similar, and click “CREATE.”
Click on “Shared with me” on the left.
Select all of the data that was shared from your school account.
Right-click and select “Make a copy,” which makes a copy to the “My Drive” part of your second account.
Go to “My Drive,” select all of the copies, and drag them into the new folder you created earlier.