Here’s my schedule for senior year:
ap eng lit
calc 2/3 OR ap stats
advanced journalism (newspaper)
ap human geography (seniors in WA are required to either take this class or current world problems)
other major involvements:
volunteering (about 15 hrs a month)
track and xc (varsity)
production for newspaper- I am an editor, so I often have to stay hours after school and days during weekends.
writing stories for newspaper- writing is VERY important to me - this means staying up until early morning writing features, doing interviews outside of class, having to skip class to chase urgent stories, etc
with seven classes rigorous classes (which will in combination will probably be more difficult than my current schedule as a junior), my other dedications, and applying for scholarships and colleges, I don’t know if I can stay sane with the schedule I have planned above, but I don’t know what to do about it
the class that is definitely the least important to me is physics, as I’ve never really been interested in science and struggle with it very much. I would just not take a science my senior year, but some have advised against it. I thought, perhaps, that my ap psych might possibly be able to somewhat show that I’m not slacking in the science department. would I be alright with not taking physics?
what else could I do to free up my schedule? in the case that I can’t drop anything, what can I do to balance it all?