Originally Answered: How much would I need to study in the school year for these classes?
Algebra 2 gives you like 30 minutes of hw a night, sometimes more. All you need to do is study a few hours the day before the test. Then you'll get an A or a B.
English they give a lot of work. Or it might have just been my hoodrank teacher, who gives at least an hour hw every night, not including literature reading.
World History, a lot of memorization. So I would study for the test at least two day before it. World history give outlines, and essays. But yeah, you'll probably be fine in that.
Chemistry is hard, but the work is doable. Your good in algebra, this'll be easier for you.
Advanced art i'm taking senior year. I actually like art, and you might have to come afterschool to finish an art piece but the work is sooo doable. Art I would say is a bit of down time. You'll probably be a bit stressed around portfolio time, or when there's an art show coming up.
The first few spanish's are always easy. It's when you get to 3+ that gets harder, in my opinion. Sometimes the hw is a lot, but not most of the time it's chillin. You'd probably only have to study for the exams an hour or two. Sports are probably going to make things difficult for you. I know I didn't do well in school when I took track, but maybe that was because they put me in all honors. But, anyways, you can't know how tough something is until you actually try it. So I would recommend trying some of the work in each subject, and decide whether or not I would have to drop a sport, or dance. If you think you can handle it then if I were you, i would study at my every free time. Like if you have free period at school, or if you're finished lunch. Only you know how much you can handle but all the best of luck to you. Hard work pays off- yes? :)