Okay, so I'm currently a junior in high school and have taken the most rigorous courses that my school offers. I have a total of 6 AP classes: APWH from freshman year, APUSH from sophomore year, and AP Lit, AP Psych, AP Chem, and AP Gov this year. I was planning on taking AP Bio, AP Physics 1, AP Comp, and AP Micro/Macro next year. I sort of want to take AP Macro out of my schedule for my senior year just because I want my senior year to be more relaxed and fun. I was also planning on dropping my Anatomy and Physiology class to take study hall and fiber arts because, again, I wanted to relax my workload for senior year. However, if I'm applying to top-tier Ivy League level schools, would this be frowned upon for senior year? I know course rigor is extremely important, but I feel like 10-11 AP's is already impressive. And that doesn't even include all the honors classes I'm taking. I really would like to take a small break on the academics my senior year because a study hall would be really, really nice, but I also don't want to do anything that could damage my chances for admissions.