A day in a school as complex as Ronald Reagan consists of copious factors. The eight courses, divided into 4 classes on A days and B days, keep every student occupied with interactive activities and personalized lesson plans to make the most out of the class time. The elective courses are the perfect opportunity to learn something creative and new, such as learning how to play "Stairway to Heaven" on the guitar or learning how to make the perfect omelette. The day is busy, yet every class is replete with intriguing information that keeps every student with an eager mind to learn more. But the day does not end there for most of the students. With so many extracurricular activities, it is hard to resist to join at least one. After dismissal, the students disperse to learn how to create a parallel or series circuit in Engineering Club, or to practice a new play in football practice, or even to make an intricate self-portrait in Art Club. Anyone with a passion for learning in and outside of the classroom in a creative way while integrating into a diverse and sociable society should attend Ronald Reagan.