Two different Foreign Languages. Can it look bad in transcripts?
Freshmen year, for some reason, I decided to take Spanish l instead of French l. I don't speak French, but my parents do (My mom is from Haiti, my dad is from Quebec). I thought Spanish would be easier for me since I don't speak or understand French. I overestimated myself.
Spanish l A-B
Spanish ll C-B
I didn't take Spanish lll Honors because I know that I will fail miserably. I also didn't want colleges to see that I took two years of Spanish and dropped out. So, I decided on French l online (FLVS) and take French ll Junior year. My parent speak French so it will probably be easier for me. Then, take French 3 Honors Senior year.
French l A-A
French ll (Projected to be a B or A at the end of my semester)
Problem: If I end up with a B I will not be eligible for French 3 Honors. Which means colleges will see that I took two years of two foreign languages. I didn't thought that it will be a bad thing until I learned that colleges prefer 3 years of ONE foreign language. Now I'm worried.
If I get a B; no French 3 Honors. The only reason why I took French was because a majority of my family don't speak English, and I want to communicate with them.
I'm not bad at Spanish, in fact, I know how to speak Spanish than French. The main reason why I earned that C first semester Sophomore year was because of personal problems at home and at school. But I manage to earn an A first quarter and a B second quarter and pass the exam (not enough to earn an A, though). I am good to go do Spanish 3 Honors, but online instead of at school. But If I take it I don't want colleges to think that I like to switch my mind.
What should I do?