Early-morning LDS seminary is the solution to the problem that high-schoolers have with their credits. Not only does it allow everyone to take it, but I think it is easier to get more out of the class. I took one year of early morning seminary while living in California. There, students sacrifice to get up and come to seminary. Those who come really want to be there. When I tell my friends in Utah about early morning seminary, they always say, "I could never do that." How is it LDS teenagers throughout the world can do it, but those in Utah can't?