thanks so much for your input everyone, i really appreciate it. i'm going to talk to my principal this week and as was suggested will just raise it as a discussion before making a formal request, and i'll see what she thinks and we can talk it through, and then i'll go from there.
Do law schools (particularly UofA) care about which specific courses students take during their undergrad?
Does it look suspect if I took a bunch of "easy" classes (intro courses, 100-level, "GPA booster" classes, etc) even if I had a high GPA?
Also, do schools care about how many withdrawals are on my transcript? Or will I need to explain them in my personal statement?
Thanks for the help!
Yeah, traveling was not more accessible in any previous era. Neither was good food, or good music (though live music was definitely more of a thing). You'd also be trading it for a few more years of life expectancy, less chance that your baby or you (or spouse) will die during childbirth, safer cars even if you're into that weird Corvette Stingray look, etc. etc.