Welcome to College Confidential!

The leading college-bound community on the web

Sign Up For Free

Join for FREE, and start talking with other members, weighing in on community discussions, and more.

Also, by registering and logging in you'll see fewer ads and pesky welcome messages (like this one!)

As a CC member, you can:

  • Reply to threads, and start your own.
  • Post reviews of your campus visits.
  • Find hundreds of pages of informative articles.
  • Search from over 3 million scholarships.

Post your sophomore year schedules!

13

Replies to: Post your sophomore year schedules!

  • Ch1ck3nPotPi3Ch1ck3nPotPi3 Registered User Posts: 283 Junior Member
    I'm a failure compared to most of you.

    Algebra 2 Honors
    Biology Honors
    English Honors
    U.S. History 2 Honors
    Spanish 3
    Accounting 1
    Business Law
  • iggycats2012iggycats2012 Registered User Posts: 31 New Member
    Theology II
    Biology
    Phys Ed
    Hon Geometry
    Honors English II
    Honors Latin II
    AP US history
  • early_collegeearly_college Registered User Posts: 2,866 Senior Member
    Thanks ansar. And I'm surprised lots of you take Bio sophomore year, I took it my freshman year. I guess every school is dif, :)
  • fairy_dreamsfairy_dreams Registered User Posts: 3,377 Senior Member
    ^My friend goes to a school where the "normal" science path is physics ---> chem ---> bio.
  • early_collegeearly_college Registered User Posts: 2,866 Senior Member
    That's so weird. My path is bio --- > chem --- > physics ---> science elective


    I need 4 yrs to graduate.
  • tmanneopentmanneopen Registered User Posts: 1,647 Senior Member
    Adv. Algebra 2
    Adv. English 10
    Adv. Chemistry
    Adv. Modern World History/APUSH
    Honors Latin 2
    Honors C++
  • HurtHurt Registered User Posts: 421 Member
    AP Environmental Science
    AP Biology
    AP Calculus AB
    AP European History
    English II
  • ansaransar Registered User Posts: 2,071 Senior Member
    Honors C++ ??

    Damn, I'd like that. >_>
  • ReachForDreamsReachForDreams Registered User Posts: 391 Member
    Honors Chemistry
    Honors Physics
    Honors Earth Science
    Precalc
    AP World History
    Spanish 3
    Honors English 10
    Gym/Drivers Ed
  • ArquellaniaArquellania Registered User Posts: 46 Junior Member
    English II Honors
    Global 10 Honors
    Geometry Honors
    Biology Honors
    Latin II Acc (Latin is only for Honors students.)
    Art 2 (No Honors available.)
    Religion 2 (No Honors available.)
    Health (Semester)
    Phys Ed 10
    Guidance 10
    Driver's Ed (Maybe/Maybe not...Age problem.)
    PSAT Prep (PSAT in October)
    Varsity Track
    J.V. Volleyball (Looking into.)
    J.V. Basketball (Looking into.)
    J.V. Softball
    Wind Ensemble (Most likely.)

    Freshman year: 4.0 GPA, unweighted.

    Looking into Summer@Brown for next summer for Creative Writing/Journalism.
  • early_collegeearly_college Registered User Posts: 2,866 Senior Member
    Reach: Wow, you are taking a lot of science classes.
  • ReachForDreamsReachForDreams Registered User Posts: 391 Member
    Yes I'm in a special Science and Math School so we take 3 science classes in 1 period. So through the year we learn 3 different sciences in 1 class. It's tough but you get used to it.

    I had to apply to the school in 8th grade and go through applications, interviews, tests, writing prompts, and more to get in.
  • early_collegeearly_college Registered User Posts: 2,866 Senior Member
    Yeah I had a friend who went to a school like that. She had to take physics and chemistry and Chinese freshman year.
  • Pleiades45Pleiades45 Registered User Posts: 89 Junior Member
    I'm jealous of all you people who can take APs sophomore year. We have to wait until junior year and even then we are limited to Bio, Chem, US, Computer Sci, and Economics.
  • hillsongunitedhillsongunited Registered User Posts: 57 New Member
    woohoo sophomores!
    German 2
    PreIB biochem
    PreIB English
    PreIB World History
    IB calculus
    Metal Design.
This discussion has been closed.