Any one comment of this translation? (About Japanese high schools)

In the past, classes were centred on both science and the humanities. Now, in addition to science and the humanities, in public and private schools, students can choose either a science or a humanities curriculum. In any case, the greatest number of students are attracted to the humanities. Nevertheless, although students in the science program are strong in sciences, they often take supplementary classes in humanities or do humanities as a self-study project. In the end, even students who are in the science program will often get recommended to liberal arts post-secondary schools. (At the moment, by the second half of the second term of their third year, the majority of students have already determined where they will go after graduation.)