<p>So budget cuts have affected our school and Chinese will only be offered for 2 years. I took chinese 1 as a freshman and will be taking chinese 2 as a sophomore next year. Our school works on block scheduling so we have 4 classes for half the year and 4 different class for the second half. I have all the top level classes and have gotten straight A+s and intend to finish freshman year with straight A+s. I want to know how this will affect the way colleges look at me. I am interested in Ivy Leagues and other top colleges.</p>
<p>Just for reference,
These are my schedules for the next 3 years ("r" = honors in our school;however, they label english as "honors" for a "label" as it is harder than a "r" class. Yeah i know it's weird)</p>
<p>Sophomore year is the only year that I know the semester break downs for.</p>
English 2 Honors R
Chinese 2 R
Algebra 2 R
Gym/ Health Ed.
AP U.S. History 1
Gym/ Driver's Ed.
AP Calculus AB
AP Calculus BC
AP Language & Comp.
AP U.S. History 2
-Gym/ Health Ed.
-Multivariable Calculus/ Differential Equations/Linear Algebra (labeled "C" as it recieves AP level rank points)
-AP Literature & Composition
-AP Bio of Organisms & Evolution
-AP Cell Biology & Genetics (it is a full year course in our school and therefore divided into 2 schools)
-Anatomy & Physiology R
-AP European History or AP Macro or Microeconomics
-Theater Arts Oratory (Public Speaking) R (for a grad. requirement)</p>
<p>What do you guys think?</p>
<p>I greatly appreciate the help!</p>