Some initial thoughts on classes:
AP Stats: borrrrring, so I tried to enliven the class the first day.
Teacher: So why did you choose AP Stats?Me: Because I needed a math class…
(If you don't know, I dropped Topics in Advanced Math because I wanted to take AP Micro)
AP Micro: interesting class, not many friends in it though =[
Data Structures: Nevard is actually teaching! (a change from not teaching lol) He taught us some C++ on the first day and vector (datum structure) the day after. To my surprise, some people brought up Google Code Jam. I pretended not to know anything, but then I stupidly clarified something about the competition, so I don't know if they know that I know about it. Wow that was an awkward sentence >_>
World Lit II: Weems is interesting. He definitely has a good sense of humor and is a good explainer. However, I'm not so sure if I can easily get an A for first trimester.
French V: It's turning out like French IV. In other words, Dr. Mayers has already assigned us a multimedia project. Since anything multimedia requires computers, his class is essentially computer time :D hooray fanfiction time!!
PE: What can I say? It's just a time to watch other people fail…
Engineering: I actually want this class to be meaningful. By that I mean I want to build something that I'll like and use. My goal is to build a remote-controlled robot :D
Physics C: OMG THIS CLASS IS FREAKINGLY AWESOME. The teacher is a physics god. He's funny and knows a lot. However he yells at people for being late. He scolded me for walking through the door 15 seconds after class started D: He has a fairer method of choosing volunteers than other teachers: to select people, he rolls a 30-sided die. I, with my excellent luck, was the first victim in my class. -.-;; The good thing was that I got to choose the next victim mwahahahaha >:D
Computer Science Team: LOL my elective XDD So far we've done some practice with compsci topics, such as recursion and dynamic programming. I've discussed competition possibilities with Mr. Tyndall and Dr. Nevard. Hopefully we can go to more competitions this year (and win more plaques)!!