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From a purely legal perspective, you are still a minor and could be compelled to return to your parent's custody if you left. There are roughly five ways a minor can obtain emancipation in Wisconsin: (1) being married, divorced or widowed and at least 16 years of age. (2) minor female who has given birth. (3) by court order. (4) by parental consent. (5) living on one's own and being self-supporting. Obviously, the first two are not applicable here, and it does not sound like parental consent is an option. Thus, that leaves either going to Court or simply moving out, establishing his own residence and supporting himself.
But from a practical perspective, it is very unlikely that the police would put a whole lot of effort into finding you and bringing you back home if you were to leave.