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Ok, so how about this.
Including homework, classes, everything, all added up, do you have more free time than high school?
Infinitely so. High school I was in school/class for 6 hours every day. In college, the total amount of time I spend in class on MWF is 2.5 hrs and on TR is 2.3 hrs. But you also have to factor in a job (for example: work study) which, in my case, takes up anywhere from 1 to 4.5 hours every day (although this is going to vary greatly between individuals).
I would even go so far to say that you're an exception to the norm in regards to the amount of reading/work expected.