In highschool, I had more of an arts (specifically graphic design and music) interest, mixed with English/writing and history. So those are kind of the classes I focused on there. I have an animation about a gingerbread cookie that wakes up in the oven while baking and has to escape the gingerbread man that sadly never saw the light of day beyond storyboards and a tiny bit of animating, but it was still fun to work on. I was intending to go to university as an English major, possibly with a minor in history or music, but long story short the year I was supposed to go was a bad one and a lot of mental health issues I'd been burying prior to that (i.e. a childhood anxiety disorder I didn't realize I had among other issues) came to the surface and demanded to be dealt with. So I didn't study anything for a while. Now I'm taking courses in rural library management through my work, which are technically part of a certification program, and I've been thinking about studying something else when I finish that but I haven't really decided on what yet. It's less overwhelming to me now because I feel more mentally prepared for it, but honestly, highschool sucked at preparing people for college, and I've always been more of a realist, so that approach would have prepared me better as opposed to what we got (which was basically denying any downsides to college/uni at all so that people wouldn't feel intimidated from attending before they even tried).