At least as an option
  1. 1.
    Life basics
    I'm pretty sure this kind of exist in high school but I don't know if it really does anything. This class would teach you how to change a tire, write a check, cook, clean, take public transport. Just life basics that you usually don't learn until it's too late.
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    Conversation class
    This may sound crazy but hear me out. Recently I learned that I was complemented on my conversational skills and really that's a great complement for me. Although I can be quite quiet and reserved sometimes (especially in situations where I'm unfamiliar with the people) conversations are one of my favorite things in life, and you can always grow from a great one. It's important for people to know how to have an open conversation and learn how to share opinions and ideas with the world.
  3. 3.
    Coding is the language of the future and it's has to be accessible. Not everyone is going to use it in their career but it opens doors for for boys and girls which is important.
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    The world?
    There's so much that school doesn't teach you about the world. In the American schooling systems the only places I ever learned about in school other then America was Europe and places America had wars with. So a little bit of Asia and that's it. Nothing about the rest of it, South America absolutely nothing about Africa (I mean nothing. In fact lots of people thought it was a country. That's extremely sad) and same for everywhere else.