Yeah, it is. Most people here take a natural science course in the fall. My adviser was pushing me to take Chemistry or something (very bad idea if you're not a pre-medical student), and I was telling her "No, I assure you, this won't set me behind, I'll take Physics in the spring."
A freshman is just someone in their first year of college or high school. That class develops a sense of community, gives us advice on things like time management, safety, using the University's resources, etc.
Intermediate Writing is more focused on academic writing (papers, essays, etc.)
So I have my high school diploma, therefore I'm really a college student.
I also had my orientation yesterday! That's also where I signed up for classes. This is what I'm taking this fall;
Discrete Math Honors
Intro to Cinema
No longer am I a high school student; I am now a high school alumnus.
Tomorrow is my last day of school. I have no more exams; all I need to do is show up for graduation rehearsal (the real thing's in two weeks) and the Senior Barbecue at the end of the day.
It's been a rather unremarkable...