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Making School Interesting

One thing that can make school more interesting is to actually think about the classes you are taking and whether or not they will help you in the future. Sure, there are a lot of classes you HAVE to take. But you also have some choices about classes you take – electives – as well as activities that you can join that will help you reach your goals.

Some things to think about (we know, we know – we’re always asking you to think):

  • What classes do you have to take?
  • How many classes can you take for fun or because you want to and what are they?
  • What school activities (like clubs, organizations, sports, etc.) can you join?
  • How can what you learn now connect to what you want to learn and do in the future?

The next thing you need to do is make a list of the classes you have to take, whether you like it or not!

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