I'm already thinking about senior year (I know, I know, at least start unior year before thinking about senior year, right? ) and here's my dilemma: Should I take journalism or not? I've taken it all during high school so far (and will be next year) and am planning on taking it for a full year senior year, because I love working for the newspaper (that's basically what we do for the class) and have a 99.9% chance of becoming editor senior year, which would really round off my leadership positions well. However, will taking journalism all these years (especially for a full year senior year) hurt my chances? I don't take it because it's an admittedly "easy" class. I'm also planning on taking two science classes (one will be college level, the others, honors), as well as college English and history classes and two math classes. If I don't take journalism, there's not really anything else I'd rather take, and 2 math/science classes is the most I'd be able to take for the year. Will admissions frown upon this? Journalism is my only elective type class I've taken, aside from the required two years of PE and three years of foreign language.