I know right? It's like all these lenders are waiting for these kids to turn 18 so they can get them to apply for a credit card. Many young people would apply and get quickly approved for credit and max it out without realizing the consequences. Then the parents are stuck with the bills.
Is there a human decency course somewhere? Haha.
Otherwise, I think gym. It never hurts to have students active, even if it is for an hour or so once a day. I'm not sure if gym is mandatory where you are but where I am you only have to take it once in highschool.
etiquette classes. for prom, formal events, and even just manners in general. My mom had it in her highschool and it was required junior year i think for one semester and they have a banquet at the end of the semester and it was really cool apparently(:
Personal finances. Most young people do not know how to budget, deal with credit, save nor invest.
Yeah, some kind of gym is pretty much in every school already
That's part of home ec. here.