Thanks guys! I decided to take physics. But instead of taking a regents course in physics, i decided to take the more hands on physics class called conceptual physics.
The difference between the two courses, is that... the regents one is learning tons and tons of formulas, taking tests all the time, tons of math and not all that much hands on stuff. colleges usually like it if you take this course. The conceptual physics one is a little easier, more hands on stuff, less tests, less formulas, and more fun the. Soooo.. i pretty much decided on that one because i dont want to spend my senior year of high school all stressed out and stuff.. and i like hands on type stuff also.
so my nexed year school scedual is going to be... (9 periods)
2 periods of english every other day
2 periods of social studies every other day (usually on the days i dont have english)
1 period of conceptual physics
So those are basically my learning classes. totalling up to 3 out of 9 periods per day.
Then i have
1 period of lunch
1 period of gym every other day
and then 4.5 periods of art classes
- drawing a and b
- painting and drawing a and b
- sculpture a and b
- ceramics a and b
- time travellers a and b (you study the different typse of art throughout history and take field trips to museams and stuff)
- this course where you mix computor graphics with painting somehow...
those are all the art classes i chose to take.. but one of them is going to be omitted when they make my scedual, unless i decide not to have a lunch period.