James Franco Is Teaching High School Now...Seriously

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It's time to stop asking if there is anything James Franco can't do. It's clear he does it all.

For his latest career move, the actor/poet/Yale PHD candidate/anything else you can imagine will be teaching a film class at Palo Alto High School...because he feels like it. "I Will teach a high school film class at Paly High the class I would have wanted when I was in high school ONLY IN PALO ALTO!," he announced on Instagram earlier this week.
According to ABC 7, he's teaming up with teacher Esther Wojcicki, who founded the school's Media Arts Center program where James was a writer for the school paper years ago.

The duo will teach the class for one Sunday every month, and will also choose 24 students who will participate in the eight session workshop. We can't lie...we would be the first to try to get a spot in that class. Sunday or not.

James has kinda been the best alumni ever since he graduated from Palo Alto High School. He's been back many times to speak to students, and last year he painted murals at the school based on photos from his yearbook.

In addition to teaching this high school class, James has already taught a class at NYU. We can't help but wonder what will be next...ballroom dance lessons? You just never know with this guy.

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