"I was glad to leave school. I couldn't relate to kids my own age. They are mean, they don't give you a chance," Contactmusic quoted her as saying. She added: “I think the social aspects, I haven't missed out on. I am around people constantly. I meet hundreds of people at work. Once you have done with school, you realised it''s just a smaller version of life."
Kristen remembers the occasion she was bullied when her schoolmates got to know she acted.
She said: "When I was there, I was never the type of girl to be walking around talking about acting, so I didn't get a lot of hassle until someone found out. I was trying to play it down, but I definitely got, 'Oh she's such a b**ch.' They'd never spoken to me, but instantly they were like, 'You are so rude.' I am not rude."
The actress' debut film role came in 1999 Disney movie The Thirteenth Year and she's since gone on to make more than 20 movies, including 2008's Twilight, which shot her to worldwide stardom.
Washington, (ANI): Kristen Stewart has said that she is happy to have become an actress early in her life, as it lets her avoid high school. The Twilight star confessed that she could not connect to people of her age and hated going to school.