Hey guys, I am a student in high school in the 11th grade. I registered for co-op next semester, and I got this reverse-engineering position, where i would look at things like patent infringement, using techniques like reverse engineering. The thing is, I have extremely hard courses as well next semester. I have computer engineering(roughly two projects a week along with tons of independent learning and homework), math(My hs has perhaps the top 10 most difficult math programs in Ontario, and I will have to dedicate 2-3 hours a day to get enough practice), and computer science, which takes roughly two hours of coding a day after the first month of class. If I take co-op, then I will be there from 2 till six. This means I will be going to school, then co-op, and then studying for the rest of the day until I sleep, and then repeat. I will simply have no time to do anything else and my grades will suffer. is this co-op position too valuable to give up, or should I focus on my school and ditch this oppurtunity?