Going back to school in the fall requires getting your schedule in order. That's going to be a little harder this year for Danielle Bradbery, who's also gearing up to release her debut album.

The 17-year-old was named the winner of the fourth season of ‘The Voice’ on June 18, becoming the youngest winner in the history of the show. She signed a record deal with Big Machine Label Group the very next day, and released her first single, ‘The Heart of Dixie’ less than a month later, on July 16.

The young star has been in the studio working on a new album, which she is slated to release in the fall. But now that school is going back in session, she's being forced to make a tough decision about her junior year.

"Now that this is continuing, it's kind of up in the air right now," Bradbery said in a radio interview (quote via CMT). "But we're definitely trying to figure out if I should go back to school or keep online schooling. It depends on my schedule. We're thinking if I went back to my regular school, it'd be kinda crazy!"

Still, there would be certain advantages to regular school. “I mean, I don’t want to miss Homecoming or anything," Bradbery reflected in a recent 'Today' show appearance.