<p>Hey, I'm going to be a junior this coming school year and I need help finding things to do for the rest of the summer. I currently volunteer at a hospital, do my AP homework, and have a job, which I thought would keep me busy during the summer...but it hasn't I seem to have an odd amount of free time, does anybody have suggestions to what else I can do.</p>



<p>I'd appreciate any suggestions, Thanks.</p>

<p>Hang out with some friends? Try reading some books you've always wanted to.</p>

<p>I mean something that I enjoy thats also academically stimulating.</p>

<p>Well most academically stimulating organized programs were filled up 6 months ago. So that's a bust.</p>

<p>As for academically stimulating things you can do on your own? I'd say reading is major, I wish I were able to find time for it. You can always get a start on ACT/SAT stuff or even SATIIs (you know, math or physics) which can be beneficial for you in the college process too.</p>

<p>Other than that, just have some fun. You seem to be doing a lot already.</p>

relax and chill out
you'll be happy you had some time to chill and good memories with your friends to look back on once hell starts back up in august</p>

<p>I go to summer school. Maybe you can sign up or something.</p>

<p>Summer School in my district was pretty stupid this year, I did it last year, but this year they're not offering any Honors courses.</p>

<p>Thanks for the suggestions, as of now I'm hanging out at the sand volleyball courts at Rutgers (5 min walk from my house) with some friends from the team.</p>

<p>Any suggestions in terms of books, haven't read a good one in awhile.</p>

<p>OK, then make a website. Learn HTML and Javascript (if you haven't already). Or start a blog and practice your writing skills.</p>

<p>From what I hear The Clockwork Orange is pretty good, but I haven't found the time to read it yet. From what I hear, however, it's a pretty hard book to get through because they make up their own language.</p>

<p>I also enjoy almost anything by Jodi Picoult as a simple yet powerful read. =) I'd recommend her books to you.</p>

<p>Thanks, actually my dad is a software programmer, so I learned a lot of programming languages Javascript, HTML, Unix, etc. </p>

<p>Thank You Very Much...I now know what to do!</p>

<p>Thanks for the book suggestions.</p>

<p>ask for more hours at your job</p>

<p>I'm only 15 though, so there are legal restrictions, and the manager is a pretty big dou$che bag</p>