<p>Hey guys, for my senior year, I was planning on this schedule:
AP Computer Science
Hon Multivariable Calc
Hon Anatomy and Physiology
<p>however, I feel like this would be a lot of work, and I want to replace Applied Science with "International Cultures and Cuisines" where we cook. Would colleges look down on this, because I'm taking a complete joke class, or does my schedule still look "strong"</p>
<p>Honestly, if you can’t appreciate a class that might actually teach you about international culters and cuisines, than you shouldn’t take it. Don’t mean to be rude but I hate the phrase “Joke Class”</p>
<p>Ha, I’m in the same boat as you. Except, I have no choice - I’m taking all the challenging course that will fit into my schedule. I figured I might as well add in Foods For Life!!!</p>
<p>What is wrong with food?
Food is delicious.
<p>I know right?! It’s going to brighten up my day second semester!!!</p>
lol. Seriously? I took HomeEc 8th grade and I NEVER starved the whole 2nd semester</p>
<p>i know, i have it first hour too :D</p>
<p>I had it third.
And I remember how my friends and I triple the recipe so we can more to eat xd</p>
<p>Good Idea! thank you so much!</p>
<p>Glad I can help. XD</p>
<p>OP, I don’t think that would look like a joke at all. It actually looks like you’ll be learning a little bit of culture and history in that class too, which makes your schedule more well-rounded.</p>