I just got back from a visit to a college fair with DD! She's been wanting to go on visits, but she's missed too much school already for her ECs so those will have to wait. The fair went well, at first she wasn't sure how to approach the booths but after a couple she had it figured out. We were particularly impressed with Rensselaer, she had taken it off her list but decided to add it back after talking to their rep. There weren't too many schools from her list there, but it was a good experience for her to get comfortable talking to admissions counselors.
Her senior year schedule is shaping up to be more rigorous than junior year, but hopefully less time consuming and more fun.
At this point she has 4 classes lined up at her high school, and 2 online classes. Her school has a policy that requires seniors to take the full 8 courses, but they've been very helpful working with us to accommodate the online classes. She's also decided not to take her fifth year of Spanish, which I'm forced to agree with although she truly wanted to learn the language. Unfortunately she has had a teacher who is a bit "too nice" the past two years in spanish 3 and then AP spanish language, so she and her classmates aren't in a good position for the AP test, let alone the next course (which is taught by a different teacher).