Late? Not even close. In fact, I'd encourage you not to forget to be a kid either.
Lots of times, avid programmers who start at a young age find themselves buried in learning all this information that is at our finger tips and we forget to be kids and have fun and do the stuff kids do. One day, that "me" time won't be as prevalent as responsibilities take hold and you start a family and begin in the workforce.
So cherish your time wisely. If you want to learn how to program, networking or whatever. Do it for you and not anyone else. Do it because you want to and not because you feel compelled to prove your self worth to someone else. But as with anything, moderation and don't forget to have fun along that journey!