41. I liked Geography, History, and the other Social Studies courses, provided I didn't have to write too many papers.
I liked math courses as long as I remembered to pay attention.
Science courses were pretty cool for the most part.
PE was cool for the most part, other than the weight lifting (which I found kinda boring because I like competition, which, even though I was terrible at stuff because I was unathletic, PE provided the opportunity to do so). I also liked the experience of being on a couple sports teams.
Choir I liked for the social experience more than the singing.
Other courses were alright, but they also depended on the teacher.
My high schools (I've gone to three) were OK. Well, two of them were awesome; the one in NC wasn't. But they were a lot better than my public middle school. Then again all three are private, two of them are small and one is girl's only (and Catholic).
47. Only school I went to that was actually decent was the high school in Redlands due to my teachers being able to actually teach me what I needed to know to ace my classes and the foot long hot pockets for lunch weren't too bad either.
50. All the schools I went to were either colorful or color coded. My first elementary school had wings for each grade that were color-coded (it was also a K-8 school, with 10 classrooms per wing), my second elementary school had blue windowsills, light blue lockers, and class projects taped up on EVERY SINGLE WALL. My middle school had color-coded wings, and my high school had dark red lockers the first two years and then got color-coded wings when it expanded.