|By Almondjoy (Almondjoy) on Saturday, June 28, 2003 - 06:25 pm: Edit|
i got my schedule for senior year. even though it is full of APs and such, the order is a little screwed up. like, i have to take two religion classes in the same semester, and two music classes in the second semester (my school requires both for graduation). will there be problems with a schedule like this? i would think it would slightly raise my GPA in fall senior year since religion would be easier than say AP Gvnmt (semesteR). how does this affect anything, if at all?
|By Starr8160 (Starr8160) on Sunday, July 13, 2003 - 09:08 pm: Edit|
i don't see it hurting you very much, if at all. you need these classes to graduate. however, i suggest finding a way to get out of it (ie. testing out, taking a similiar course which you prove to be more benificial) i wrote a letter ultimating allowing me to get out of my 1 year of gym requirement. my reasons were: 4 year varsity athlete (4 years of marching band waives the credit), freshman year i attended a math/science magnet school prohibiting me from taking the normal freshman gym class, and the class i am taking in is place is Health Occupations 2 (which they skipped me up a level)- Health is worth .5 gym credit, why can't health occ count for 1 being that it's a 2 hr block? it's worth a try. however it seems you attend a parochial school, it might be a little tougher than a public school. good luck.
|By Starr8160 (Starr8160) on Sunday, July 13, 2003 - 09:11 pm: Edit|
i meant that if marching in band waives it, why can't 4 years of varsity softball, 1 year of varsity swimming, 1 year of jv basketball, and 2 years of jv volleyball do the same thing.
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