Monday, June 29, 2009

Confession Number Sixty-Five

I must confess...

... that I am extremely excited for my Senior year of high school.

Being a Senior, I have many responsibilities and I am much more of a role model for all of those under me. This is a huge role to take on and I feel like I'm prepared to take on the role, even though I know I'm going to get stressed out plenty of times.

As Senior year approaches and after it starts I have to look at colleges and eventually choose at the most 5 of my favorites. At the moment, this college search is not going very well at all. I have no idea what to do. What to look for. I'm even unsure of what I want. I know I want a good theatre program and a good music program along with the ability to double major/minor. I don't know what I'm going to study at this point. I think I might go into theatre, with an emphasis on the business/production side. But I also want to double major and have something else. I've thought about Math, but what do you do with a double major in theatre and math? I've also thought about music. And I definitely want to minor in Spanish.

To put it simply: My college search is very confusing. I also am not sure of how to actually search for colleges. I've done the whole draw-a-circle-around-your-city-of-how-far-you'd-be-willing-to-go, but I've done nothing with that. Help!


Anyways, back to Senior year: I'm nervous for the workload I'm going to have from the classes I'll be taking. However, HOWEVER, I have a study hall! I have never had a study hall during my past three years of high school and I am extremely excited to actually be able to do work during the school day! I will definitely need to because of my schedule next year, which looks like this:

  • AP Government/National Issues

  • AP Calculus

  • AP Statistics

  • AP English

  • Theatre Class

  • Mixed Chorus

Plus, on top of all of this, I'm going to be extremely involved with my school's Theatre Department. I'm Drama Club President which is going to be a lot of work, but I'm looking forward to it.



I am seriously thrilled for my Senior year of high school, even though I know it's going to be loads and loads of work.

1 comment:

Cori said...

you could be like an accountant for a theater company or something?