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Brain Drain

Top 5 CCHS Classes that lead to brain drain
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Ashley Patzwald
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Capital City High School has a good bit of difficult and easy classes, but these rank at the top of the list! According to many of the students found in and around CCHS, these top 5 classes are classified as some of the hardest among the school! And to be more fair, AP classes were not included in this list

5: Algebra 2                                                                                                                                                                                   Algebra 2 is at the bottom of this list, as although some call it the most difficult, others respond with the fact that Algebra 2 is not a class needed to graduate, and that there are harder mathematical classes, such as the next class on this list.

4: Personal Finance                                                                                                                                                                     Personal Finance, in some student’s eyes, is viewed as one of many major bosses of math classes, but there are those that are claimed to be even worse than even one of the major bosses of math.

3: Computer Coding                                                                                                                                                                      Computer Coding has been the enemy of many students, with how many coding languages there are, some cannot make sense of it, which is very understandable considering how much it takes to code even a simple animation. These last two however, while not involving any computer work, easily blow coding out of the water in terms of difficulty

2: French                                                                                                                                                                                                   French is easily near the top of this list, as its complex language has taken many people at least over two years to learn how to speak its language fluently, so imagine how it must feel for a high school student to learn how to speak it in a little under a year with assignments on top of having to deal with at least 5 other classes! It may be known to be one of the hardest languages to learn for students, but this last class has some students hoping to quickly change classes, or wish to give up

1: Calculus                                                                                                                                                                                                   Known as the true final boss of math, this class not only takes its lessons from algebra, but from geometry as well, and smashes the two subjects together in a nightmarish combination of numbers, shapes, and letters to assault the student! This has been known to overwhelm many, and is considered unfair to some. That type of reputation is what got this class the number one spot, as the true nemesis of anybody who does not excel in mathematics

This has been the top 5 hardest classes, though this may not go for all of Missouri. Either way, thank you for reading, and check out more stories on CCHS; The Plume.

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Malachi Brooks, Plume Staff
Malachi is a 11th grade writer at 16 years old, soon to be 17, and actively working to give you new info on the latest clubs in CCHS, usually spotted in room 114 during seventh hour, he is a bit of a nerd who's knowledge goes quite a bit when it comes to video games. Born in Jefferson City Missouri, he lives in his home with his mother and step father, who actively support him.
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