I understand but I asked Stefan Mischook(google him) and he said it is possible.
Then perhaps ask him how to do it, if he has the answer you want. If he’s such an expert, ask him. But don’t ask us about how to do what he says, if we disagree with that.
Look, first congratulations on having it so together at age 15. I think you have a great future ahead of you if you stay on course.
But I also agree with the others that you shouldn’t lie about who you are. There was a question about “maturity and professionalism” and your response is that it’s OK, you’ll just lie about it and create a fake account under your mother’s name. Do you see the irony here?
My advice would be to just keep learning and building things. You could be in such an amazing position once you come of age. The next three years are nothing compared to the 60 years after that. Build things, come up with the next facebook, build some mobile apps and maybe make a little bit of money.
The other option might be to do some volunteer work. You might be able to find a non-profit needing a web site (I don’t know if the same legal issues apply) or do some open-source.