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3 Ways to Avoid Overloading Your Junior and Senior Schedules

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Each year in high school, your classes are likely to grow more complex, and as you become more involved in extracurriculars, your schedule is probably going to quickly fill up. Naturally, your junior and senior years are probably going to be even busier, as in addition to everything you've already got on your plate (homework, studying and extracurriculars) you'll now be adding everything that getting into college entails (research, applications and essays). With your hands that full, the last thing you want is to become too bogged down with unnecessary work. Here are three ways to avoid overloading your schedule the last two years of high school.

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