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Knowing What I Have to Do

There are some classes you have to take when you are in junior high and high school. That is just the way it is. Certain classes and subjects are important to learn no matter what. Even if you don’t think they’re really going to matter, it’s still important to learn about lots of different things.

Why? Well, sometimes it doesn’t seem very clear. Like, when are we EVER going to use quantum physics in real life? Good grief. But you never know, do you? And besides, if you want to get more education after high school, you have a better chance of being successful if you’ve learned a lot of different things before you do that.

Check out the worksheet below to start making a list of classes and requirements you have to take and meet before you graduate from high school.

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