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Choosing classes changes from freshman to senior year.

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A four year course planner

A four year course planner

Maggie Quirke

Maggie Quirke

A four year course planner

It’s that time of year again when all students are asking themselves  “what classes do I take next year?,” “what classes sound fun?” or “what classes will look good on my college application?” These questions change each year. The classes people choose differ as students get closer to graduating.

“The classes that sound more interesting are usually what I end up taking,” freshman Kara Galarneau said.

Going into freshman or sophomore year, the classes that students take are mainly based on what sounds fun or the most appealing to them. Going into junior and senior year is different and students usually end up taking classes they know will look good on college applications.

“I chose my classes based on the difficulty of the class,” junior Casey Kiyohara said.

Once junior and senior year roll around the corner, the classes that students choose are usually based on what they want their future to look like.

From freshman year all the way to senior year, the way students choose classes changes. Going into freshman year, one usually chooses classes that they know they are comfortable with or something they could not try in middle school. Going into junior year, the classes people choose are subjects that they know will challenge them. Clearly, as Sequoits get older they tend to choose classes that will help them more in the future.

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