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11th-grade
11th
architecture

Is this a good junior year schedule?

Intended major : Architecture

AP World

AP Lang

Algebra 2

Honors Chemistry

Environmental Science

Green Literacy: Buildings & infrastructure

3D Art

Alternative for Green Literacy:

Physics Fondation

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Not a bad schedule! Wish there was 3D Art in my school lol. The only thing I would like to add is that at this pace, you probably won't finish Calculus by the time you hit your senior year. Any field in STE(A)M (i.e. Science, Technology, Engineering, Art, Math, and I am including architecture as part of STEAM) will require at least some knowledge of calculus in math, as it is the foundation for more advanced physics.

I would say if you can, try changing that Algebra 2 to something like Calculus 1/AP Calc AB or even Pre-Calculus if you can, as it will help you to get to calculus by the time you end senior year.

Calculus will help with more advanced physics, and AP Calc AB and/or BC may help you skip the basic requirements for math for college

Anyways, good luck.

SilverDragon (10th-rising 11th, Class of 2025, Japan)

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I'm going to a different school for my junior and senior year, I was surprised when I saw they had 3D art, to be honest. Anyways thank you for the advice. I'll definitely look into it.

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a year ago

It looks good you have 3 AP's with an honors course. I would just reccomend if you can try to take a couple more honors courses if possible.

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