Call the cops. Simple solution to a deadly problem.
Keep calling them. Tell your school. Video tape it, then show it to a teacher/ officer. ((I DO NOT RECOMMEND THIS ONE))P!ss of the boyfriend so he hits you, then with the bruises/ scrapes you can show to the cops.
that could have negative repercussions for you though, for instance they might just release him on bail or on a "promise to appear" in court. then you'd have to deal with him.
best bet is to consult an adult relative, a teacher or guidance counselor, or some other adult you can trust who isn't part of the situation.
don't stick your neck out too far on your mom's behalf. she's the adult. she should be protecting you, not the other way around.
you're the most important person in this scenario. your well-being is paramount.
get out of this environment with the help of other adults who care.
that will be the wakeup call your mother needs in order to save herself. if it's not, you're better off without her if you can swing it and still stay in school.
Listen to sumner o0o
You need to have a face to face talk with your mom and let her know how this is affecting you. My now 13 year old daughter has memories from when her father would push me to the ground and kick me relentlessly. She was only 4 at the time. I regret letting it happen over and over again. It's tuff to get out of an abusive relationship but there are lots of abuse hotlines that can point her in the right direction. It is never ok for a man to strike a woman. She needs to start believing In herself.
Sweetie, take it from someone who has been there, She has to want to make a change, you can encourage her....and do don;t give up....I made the move and it hasn't happened again......Support her and let her know she is so much more than what he is making her feel. Love your mom.....She needs you now more than ever.......GL....:)
summer makes very good points.