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    astrid herreraMay 7, 2024 at 1:09 pm

    I’ve been interested going to honors art, I submitted an apply awhile ago and they called me back but I kinda forgot about. I’ve recently been thinking again of reapplying but I think it’s too late. I feel most other art classes don’t help me improve since I know most of the fundamentals and I really wanna improve on other things like perspective. I feel like honors classes in general have more work and come with responsibility (which I lack, cuz im lazy).

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    Michelle McDonellMay 2, 2024 at 11:50 am

    Amazing article as always, Allison. I take a few fine arts classes, but I’m not interested in honors art. I like writing more, myself. This advice is definitely helpful for the people who want to apply, though!