One school in Kentucky is helping their students get ready for the real world by holding an "Adulting" day.

Seniors at Bullitt Central High School took time away from Science and Social studies to learn some life skills.

The "Adulting" day gave Seniors at some lessons on how to balance a checkbook, how to cook a simple meal, and even how to change a flat tire.

The school came up with the idea of "Adulting" day to help make the transition from High School to College and adulthood a little easier for the students.

Should Buffalo Schools offer an "Adult" day for their students? I think so. The world is much more than Math and Science and having the skills to be a successful member of society is key.

What would you teach if you were to hold an "Adulting" class?

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