Agreed, look up "Designer Athletes" or "Westside for Skinny Bastards" and start lifting heavy. A 155 deadlift is not a solid base... at all. I know it sucks to hear this, but a solid base can't be built in a month, especially at your age. Spend a year lifting heavy in the 4-6 rep range and then you will have a decent base. You honetly don't need to worry about a lot of complicated shit until you are deadlifting around 315 or so- and even that is still pretty weak.
Maximal strength is the foundation upon which all other qualities rest and is the biggest weakness for high school athletes. It was not very long ago when I was in your shoes and wanted to skip into the most complicated, kewlest thing out there. I wasted a lot of my high school years with retarded training methods that didn't do shit for me.
The bottom line, spend at least a year lifting heavy and working of form and movement efficiency. When you are a senior and all your friends are doing the useless jumpsoles program for the third time and haven't gained shit while you are pulling 405 and going 30+" then you will be quite satisfied.
I'd be happy to give you all the help you want (including some help with AREG, which I believe is helpful for any athlete), send me a PM.