9th grade classes

I'm choosing which classes I want to take for freshman year but I'm not sure what I need to take. Right now I've only decided on Geometry and English 1. What science do I take for 9th grade? I'm looking for the easiest courses available.

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asked by mysterychicken
  1. looking for the "easiest courses available" ??

    I am not impressed.

    posted by Reiny
  2. General science is traditional. I also suggest a world history or world geography class. How about a foreign language?

    Why take the easiest courses?

    posted by Ms. Sue
  3. ok, thanks, i'll think about those things

    (i want to take the easiest so i can get my homeschooling over with quickly)

    posted by mysterychicken
  4. I'm sorry.

    posted by Ms. Sue
  5. For what?

    posted by mysterychicken
  6. You will also want to take a beginning foreign language class. Many 9th graders also find a "humanities" class useful. That is a general study of the “high” arts - drama, classical music, ballet, painting, sculpture, photography, poetry and literature

    posted by GuruBlue
  7. Challenge yourself!

    posted by Anonymous
  8. hey MC why you want to take easy classes? Take classes that challenge you to do well, and you'll do better in the rest of your high school years, make collage a little easier, and make a better life for your self in the working world.

    posted by IMP(important person)
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  10. X IF LCM(X,40)

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  11. CABBA

    posted by PHYSICS
  12. gtj

    posted by value
  13. Upperbasic school

    posted by Lamin

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