That's probably wise. Set your expectations low, and you won't have as far to fall.
It isn't really. Your teachers like you, and your thoughts are appreciated rather than mocked or snickered at behind your back. And class is a lot more hands-on. The classes are actually more enjoyable in my opinion.
Yeah, I've got six classes in College now too. Becoming an english teacher is tough...
So far, not as fun as you're led to believe. Early mornings, really late nights, lots of homework and studying, and extracarricular stuff isn't as fun as you think. Although I think it's easier to deal with if you commute; I'm stuck living on campus because it's a five hour drive from where I live.
Therefore, I've come to the conclusion that whoever said that college was the best years of your life had to be a high school dropout.
Ah, cool. And ahh, senioritis, I remember it fondly.