The Sims 4 High School Years Class Schedule Explained


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School is underway with The Sims 4 Years High School Pack!

After years of many fans asking for a more complex school experience, the High School Years Pack has finally launched an interactive education system. To find what is this new curriculum in The Sims 4 and other things you can do on campus.

Class Schedule in Sims 4: High School Years Explained

For the first time, the franchise has a class schedule that players must follow during the high school years. Like the Get to Work pack, you must complete a set of objectives throughout the day to advance further in this new adventure. However, this version has a strict schedule and will result in detention if you do not consistently attend class.

Here’s a preview of what your Sim’s school schedule will look like:

  • 8:00 a.m. – Go to school
  • 10 a.m. – First period
  • 11 a.m. – Lunch period
  • 2 p.m. – Second period
  • 3:00 p.m. – End of classes

When you first arrive at school in The Sims 4, you’ll have a free period to do whatever you want for two hours, like claiming your locker, talking to your classmates, or doing a quick practice before classes start. Classes. If you don’t know what to do, you can look in the upper left corner to complete the minor quests for the day.

Source: Maxis Studios via Twinfinite

Once the bell rings, be sure to head to Classroom 1, the designated room for your teen on campus. These classes are only one hour long and your Sim can learn new skills in several subjects like Art (Painting), Business (Charisma), Foreign Languages ​​(Charisma), Computer Science (Programming), Social Studies (writing), and more. You can also view your schedule by clicking on your Sim and tapping the “High School…” option, where you’ll get a full overview of your week in the top right corner.

Class schedule
Source: Maxis Studios via Twinfinite

After the end of the first period, you can explore Copperdale High School Year’s High and have lunch in the cafeteria. From then on, you will go to the next lesson and end your school day.

But even though school is out, you’ll still have plenty to do, including getting ready for prom, finishing your homework, and after-school activities. However, it is essential that you complete your homework every day otherwise you will not excel in your educational journey.

Keep in mind that players should prepare for weekly Friday exams by going to faculty study sessions on Wednesday (Classroom 2) or by studying from your notes. Those who want to be rebellious Sims can also prank others around school and skip class, but make sure the principal doesn’t catch you.

All of these options you can do in The Sims 4 High School Years will eventually lead you to the graduation ceremony, where you can graduate from high school and potentially receive the title of honor or valedictorian.

I hope this guide gives you a better explanation of the schedule of classes in The Sims 4 Years High School. While you’re here, you can check out more content on the game by checking out the relevant links below and checking out our news article on the latest update.

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