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3 months ago
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11th grade schedule recomendations

I am currently a sophomore at my high school and we are going to be making our junior year schedules soon. I am hoping to get into a target school or a reach.I want to either go into medical school to become a pediatrician or go into criminology in order to become something to do with the law, currently i am thinking a crime scene investigator or something similar. I currently have a weighted 4.0 GPA and I've never had below a 3.7.

my guarenteed classes are:

College prep (honors) english

government (possible AP)

algebra 2 (possibly doubling up and taking geometry too)

gym

spanish

So if i double up in math i will already have my 6/8 classes.

The courses i am thinking of taking in order to fill the last two spots are,

culinary

forensic science

anatomy

band

AP chem

I am also open to any other suggestions and i can cyber most classes in which i plan on doing one cyber math class.

The classes i am currently taking are:

US history

medical terminology

algebra B (my school splits up algebra into two years)

chemistry

gym

honors english

chorus

band

cyber - creative writing

I do intend on quitting chorus due to personal reasons but i am not sure if i want to quit band too.

Any suggestions?

incomingjunior
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3 months ago

I think def take another AP so maybe AP chem, then do another AP or honors because schools are getting competitive.

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