Well, school's definitely back to being crazy. First, senior privilege started! Which means I only have school 8:24-1:42, instead of 7:24-2:28. WIN.
However, classes are also getting a bit intense D:
I had my first Modern Global quiz today. I've been rather distracted/emotional/idek lately, and I got a 70 on it :/ Tragic, really.
Gym class is a joke.
French 1- also a joke, basically. We spent like a week learning the alphabet. My teacher sort of hates me for some reason, and the only kid I talk to is a creep.
AP Stats- damnnn boy, we're already on chapter 4. Silly kids. But it's easy so far, thank god :) Just moves fast.
AP English- So, I might've mentioned before that my school doesn't have separate AP Eng Language and AP Eng Literature classes. So this class combines the two. Which just means an insane amount of work. Scheduled homework in there so far- vocab homework due tomorrow, vocab quiz tomorrow, quiz on one of the Canterbury Tales tomorrow, quiz on another one of the Canterbury Tales on Tuesday, a project due on Thursday, an essay due next Friday, vocab homework due next Friday, vocab quiz next Friday, anddddd a quiz on tones next Friday. Along with a quiz on allusions, vocab homework, and a vocab quiz on the 30th. Just. oh. my. god.
AP Psych- since this isn't a real class at my school, I've been meeting with my ~adviser~ basically daily to try to plan how I'm gonna do this. And he's sort of awesome :) He wants me to do a chapter every two weeks, which sounds pretty easy. And with his schedule, I'll be done with about two weeks to spare before the AP test in May, so I'll have time to review :)
Thennnn, I'm visiting West Chester University on September 24th, retaking the SAT's on October 1st, visiting Bloomsburg University on October 22nd, going to a concert October 24th, (most likely) going to a concert November 12th, and visiting Lock Haven University November 19th.
Plus I need to finish applying to colleges, and, you know, try to not go insane.