I think it would work well for school. Good size and form factor.
Only thing I would be concerned about is how much rough and tumble it would take moving between lessons, during breaks etc? How old are you? If you are at university then obviously discard what I put, the V is perfect, but if you are 14/15 maybe something sturdier / cheaper is better?
Not saying the V isn’t solid build quality btw, just I wouldn’t have liked taking something like that to school when I was there as it’d prob be in a school bag that was doubling up as a goalpost at lunchtime
as a student who uses the V every day… i can say the V is perfect for your situation. However, my workloads are always varying.
I.e from 7:00am to13:00pm, my v may be on a extremely demanding workloads (CAD). So around lunch time my v need a little more juice to keep it going to the rest if the day (16:30pm).
I am using the V also in my Study buisness informatics. Its very useful for graphs and LIna1 and Ana1, mikro/Makro (VWL in german). I am studying 3 days a week for 10 hours (7 hours V working, 3 hours idle (breaks)). The V can survive the day without charging, but you have to set it to the darkest brightness. Because i am one of the people with the “Palm reaction and pen recognition failures while charging”, this bug is a little bit annoying, but Eve is (hopefully) working on it.
But studying with the V is very much easier than the traditional paper or computers. I can recommend you the V for this use!