Probably my English class. We read a lot of good books. We didn't really dive into any good books until I was, like, in junior year. English, my home-ec class, we did fitness and food, and that's when I started to really get into nutrition and things like that.
Art and music.
I have always been a super-artsy person. I love the way art can be interpreted differently by different people.
Math and science.
It ends up being the case that in order to understand the world in a deep manner, you have to understand the structure of all things.
I think mathematics and physics, in particular, are two of the best ways to get to first principles.
Athletics, theater and English, I would say.
Because you could progress in your knowledge and the way you think. Especially with theater. I am a theater guy, so I love learning more, and being able to progress more as an actor.
I loved history, and I loved science.
History because I felt like understanding history, we could learn to make life better now. Science because I liked learning about the natural world.