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LONDON - MAY 21: A classroom at Edenham High School lies empty after lunchtime May 21, 2003 in Croydon, England. The school had to send home about 700 of it's pupils early because of funding problems, which meant the school could not afford to employ temporary teaching staff while teachers were off sick. (Photo by Ian Waldie/Getty Images)

A high school in Texas is adding real-life learning to their curriculum.

Cedar Ridge High School is featuring an Adulting 101 class.

The course will teach students how to cook, write a resume, manage money and interview for a job. One teacher hopes the class will add basic automotive skills as well.

Do you think this is a good class for more schools to have? What was the hardest part of adulting for you?