Question: My daughter, a high school senior applying to Ivy League schools, attended a French Lycee from age three until age 12. She is fluent and has continued some classes outside of school. Her high school record, however, does not reflect the French as she took three years of Spanish, including AP Spanish last year. As a senior she was planning to take AP French this year but cannot work that period into her schedule. She sat in on the French 5 conversation class that is open that time period, but felt it was too easy and wonders if she should take AP Spanish literature instead. I feel that it would benefit both her and her application to stick with the French this year--any thoughts?