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  • If They Feel they Can

    Honors classes should be an option for freshman if they legitimately feel they could handle it and get a decent grade on it and benefit from it. There should be restrictions on staying in the class if they are doing poorly (in which case the school should be able to ask them to drop it)

  • Honors is easiar

    As a freshman who has been enrolled in average classes, honors classes, and now just a grade ahead classes, I have to admit honor classes are easier. They aren't easier because the curriculum is less challenging, but because you are in a class surrounded by other people with a similar intellect. Everyone enrolled is there to learn, and does their best to do so. You aren't held back by dumb questions (yes, there is such a thing), or obscure comments. Honor classes have more time to understand, because there is no one holding the class back. Why make a life harder than it has to be?

  • Why wouldn't they?

    As long as freshmen qualify and understand the work that comes with being in honors, there's no reason not to let them take honors. Honors courses will challenge students (freshmen) to work diligently and take responsibility. To be honest, I'm really not sure why this question is even being asked, as I know students who took Ap courses as freshmen, and did well.

  • Being Horny yeah

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  • Being Horny yeah

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