My classes are generally small, sometimes smaller than some of the classes that I had in high school (I did come from a high school with 2500+ people though), and I have only had 1 lecture class out of the 10 classes that I have taken so far. The classes themselves are quite interesting, and teachers (especially Honors Class teachers) emphasize the students learning more concretely the information that is needed rather than drowning the student in busy work and online homework. The classes are very spread out, I'll have either 2 or 3 classes in a day, each about an hour long. Some time outside of class is spent learning new material, but the majority of information is learned within the classroom.
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