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Nutter manages easy schedule during senior year

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Nutter manages easy schedule during senior year

Senior Jenny Nutter works on an assignment during her first block class. With her senior year schedule, Nutter is signed up for a fewer number of classes.

Senior Jenny Nutter works on an assignment during her first block class. With her senior year schedule, Nutter is signed up for a fewer number of classes.

Rachel Phengsitthy

Senior Jenny Nutter works on an assignment during her first block class. With her senior year schedule, Nutter is signed up for a fewer number of classes.

Rachel Phengsitthy

Rachel Phengsitthy

Senior Jenny Nutter works on an assignment during her first block class. With her senior year schedule, Nutter is signed up for a fewer number of classes.

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With a schedule of two classes on B days, late arrival every other day and early release everyday, Jenny Nutter is breezing through her senior year.

“I didn’t have any other classes to take. I originally signed up for more but they didn’t have room in those classes for me to take, so I decided to just not take [them].I signed up for anatomy, and then the Blue Ridge Scholars people got that first and then I signed up for mentorship, but I’m taking that next semester. I like [taking two classes on B days], it’s a lot better honestly. It’s so easy because I really don’t have to do anything. I can eat lunch at my own house and don’t have to pay for that or breakfast. It’s just really easy,” Nutter said.

Currently, Nutter is taking English 12 and American Sign Language. English 12 is a necessary, but sign language is a new challenge this year for Nutter.

“Well my moms fluent in sign language and I really like learning languages like I took spanish for four years and stuff like that. And [I have to take] english obviously,” Nutter said.

With the extra free time on B days, Nutter spends most of the time working on college applications. Her top choice is Virginia Tech, and hopes to attend there next upcoming fall.

“[I plan to] go to college for four years, hopefully Virginia Tech but I don’t think I’m going to get in. I applied early decision to Tech and then early action to Radford, VCU, George Mason and JMU,” Nutter said.

Nutter plans on heading out of Harrisonburg after completing her senior year. Nutter has made close friendships throughout her years of high school and will miss her close friend group when she’s out of Harrisonburg.

“[My senior year] is fun. It’s pretty easy…pros, I get to get out of Harrisonburg next year so it’s like one more year,” Nutter said. “Also I like have a good friend group that I really like and hangout with all the time so that’s fun. Cons, I had to apply to college which was very stressful. I’ll probably miss people that go here and live in Harrisonburg.”

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