Junior/senior year in HS (It's confusing)
Pd. 1: AP Lit/comp
Pd. 2: AP US History
Pd. 3: AP Macro/Micro Economics (Micro first semester, Macro second)
Pd. 3.5: "[School Mascot] time"
Pd. 4: AP Calculus BC
Pd. 5: AP Com Sci
Honors Physics (Might be AP Physics C, soon)
PHYSICS C! Yes!
Pd. 7: German 2/3/4 (I'm in German 3, but the school had the wonderful idea to combine the top three levels of it at our school)
About pd 3.5: The school has a block schedule, so "A" days are odd periods, and "B" days are even. This led to an imbalance on "B" days, so a rotating period called "Flex" was introduced (that is, every B day, it rotates through each period in order). Our somewhat new principal (3rd year at this school) changed Flex to "[School Mascot] time," made it half an hour long, removed the rotating, made it immediately after 3rd period, made 3rd pd 50-ish minutes long, and made both every day. This had the wonderful effect of making third period suck, since there isn't really time to go anywhere. That's not a knock on my econ teacher, it just sucks to have 5/3 times as much class (7.5hrs per week vs. 4.5 hrs).
Also, about the Physics thing: I have German at the same time as the one Physics C class, so I decided to take a non-school affiliated class. My guidance department has to approve any classes that are taken from non-school district places (In this case, Stanford EPGY). The dept. chair decided to deny the request because she (the chair) "advised that you take the course through our [State online course] program, as a result, your request has been denied." I'd be fine with this, the state program costs less, and is easier to fit into a schedule, but there's one tiny problem... The state program doesn't offer Physics C!
My dad and I explained the difference between Physics B and C, starting on Thursday, but school was cancelled on Friday, so I don't know how well it worked. Now it's just a waiting game. [/rant]
Wow, that felt nice.
ETA: Dealt with the issue, I'm in.