Students take on college courses at PCC

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Preparatory Music Theory

“Being in a college environment tests how much you care about getting an education because you have to bring it upon yourself to be on time and show up for class.”

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Intro to Religious Studies

“It’s nice to be in a college environment [because] there’s something different about it. They totally accept me. They think it’s kind of weird that I’m young.”

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Multivariable Calculus

“Multivariable [calculus] is no doubt the hardest course I’ve taken so far. It will [probably] be the first B I’ve ever gotten.”

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Physics

“The curriculum for [physics] is actually a lot easier [than at Gab]. You just do activities and quizzes to rack up points to eventually get to an A.”

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Ethnic Studies

“I think anyone who [is] considering [taking PCC classes] should definitely do it. It’s only two days a week, so it’s not too bad in terms of workload.”

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Cultural Anthropology

“Being able to think and actually explore rather than following a set curriculum sets apart a high school and college environment.”

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Intro to Sociology

“I knew I didn’t want to take a 6th period this year because I wanted to go home early, but I [also] didn’t want to look bad on college apps.”

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Intro to Sociology

“The hardest part is transitioning from a high school to college zone. In college, they won’t tell you what to do all the time. They just assume you know what to do.”

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Personal Growth and Development

“You’re exposed to a plethora of mentalities and you start to see that there are more ways to look at things than the way you were taught to.”

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Asian American Sociology and Japanese

“Some classmates found out I was 16 and they were like ‘what are you doing with your life?’”

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Psychology

“Attending PCC for the past two years has taught me how to take responsibility of my own assignments, study habits, and due dates with limited surveillance.”

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