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Sophomore Schedule, Opinions Please

bondievie99bondievie99 4 replies7 threads New Member
English 2 Honors
AP World History
Chemistry 1 Honors
Algebra 2 Honors
Spanish 1
Pottery 2
Drama 2

*I move from MD to FL and the classes are some what different. I don't want to be behind in my courses because I plan on moving back up North for college.
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  • skieuropeskieurope 41084 replies7729 threads Super Moderator
    You didn't take a foreign language as a freshman? Other than that, it looks fine.
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  • bondievie99bondievie99 4 replies7 threads New Member
    Thank you for your response, skieurope! I was going to take Spanish 1 Freshman year, but the classes were full. Not, much was left so I ended up taking pottery, which I didn't mind. Should I take Spanish 2 during the summer to catch up?
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  • skieuropeskieurope 41084 replies7729 threads Super Moderator
    It depends on where you might want to apply to college. Regardless of how many years of a foreign language they require for admissions, many colleges will have a foreign language requirement for graduation that is possible to place out of with a high enough score on the AP/SAT II/departmental test.
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