Thanks for posting on here, I'm glad you did, that's not very nice that people give you a hard time about how you look, and it's hard at school when you have to go there each day to face it. I definitely know that feeling of just not wanting to face all the names and attention I'd get.
I hope this doesn't sound like the same old advice, but I just can't stress enough how much better it gets as you get older. Those around you become more sensitive and aware of their actions, and you start to be able to choose your own groups, so you don't have to interact with anyone you don't want to! So please don't feel that this is for life, because things just get easier and easier as you get to know who you are and get to escape having to see the same kids everyday.
Secondly, I personally think pale skin is lovely. I often see people down the street with very pale skin and get a little bit jealous! I know it's not great for being in the sun too long, but I think it makes people stand out, in a good way!
Sometimes other kids just decide they want to call someone a name, and they find a name that they think will upset that person. I got all kinds of names, which upset me and made me feel like whatever they picked about me was bad. But now, I realise that they were just kids trying to pick on someone, and I was the one they happened to choose, and whatever they picked about me to tease was whatever they could grab onto. There was nothing wrong with me (and there still isn't), and there is nothing wrong with you or your pale skin, they are just teasing someone about something, and you happen to be in the firing line.
Don't let the fear and insecurity of others, who need to pick on someone else, affect how you see yourself. If you try to respect your friends, and the other kids at school, then that's something to be proud of, and you should have no reason to be ashamed of anything!
Hang in there,