Prior to Pascha last night, I never really considered it my mission to convert my family, but, seeing that they attended it with me and seem somewhat less estranged to Orthodoxy, I'd like to try making some effort to convert them, while the Pascha job seed is still fresh inside of them. That being said, I have no idea what I should do. And don't give me that whole "just be a good Orthodox Christian yourself" junk; St. Monica didn't convert St. Augustine by just being a passive Orthodox Christian, but by constantly badgering him and watching over him (combined with prayer) until he finally did. Soo, what should do? My mom especially made me feel good for once, telling me afterward that she's "proud of the man I've become" (whatever that means).
If all these stories about "I tried to convert such-and-such and it failed blahblahblah" tell you anything, it's that most people's instincts are wrong when it comes to witnessing the Faith. This is why it is important to take a step back at the beginning. Your intuition is NOT reliable, because it is too distorted by your own point of view for reasons that are very complex.
Moreover, different people convert differently.
Ultimately, you will need to assess the situation for yourself to decide what to do or not do. And you are right that the "just be a good Christian and let the Holy Spirit work" thing is garbage. Your works ARE your greatest witness, but the Gospel is not about becoming a "good person."
To start with, calming down usually helps a lot. Having a clue is also a big factor. Badgering people is a fail method, because badgerers are unwilling to listen. Being a good listener is essential
Since you are in high school and are therefore inclined to do dumb things, you may want to play it conservative for the time being. Since you are smart and willing to take intellectual risks, you will keep improving at whatever you put effort into.
Finally, please space your posts better so as to render them more readable.