My first question to everyone is how was your Freshman Year? Did you like it? Did you hate it?
To me Freshman Year was a tough year, but some parts of it were still fun. Some of my favorite classes were Drafting and Intro to Tech (Woodshop). In those classes you had to work hard, but you often had fun and could talk with other people as long as you were working on what you were supposed to be working on.
Drafting is a fun class because as long as you draw the drawings out the book you can still talk to friends. Its a little complicated, but after using commands over and over you get the hang of how to do the drawings and if you need to fix something, its no problem.
Woodshop is another fun class. You have to make the three items he shows you, but you have that class everyday and you get to work on things. After you make those items and get ahead a little, you can start making whatever you want. I have made at least two of everything we have made all year. That classes is really good for later in the future and it is fun. You get to make things out of wood and then take them home when you are finished to have for yourself or if you have made it for someone.
Those are major classes too, but they were a lot more fun than actual subjects. Civics was also another fun class with Mr. Hein. Even though it is tough to understand sometimes with government and how it functions, he always made class fun. Freshman year was a fun year, but a lot of hardwork and sometimes it can be disappointing.
Some classes are more fun than others and thats just the way it works. That is why before this year I chose carefully of what I was going to take and I am happy with what I took because some classes that I took were really fun, but no matter what you have to take English, Math, Science, and a type of Social Studies. If you didn't have to take those classes, I think everyone would agree with me, that nobody would take them.