Even if you have a lot of other priorities for instance, sports, extracurricular activities, etc., still you need to complete a senior project to graduate successfully
"Is it ok to have a non-vegetarian diet." I think some people are misunderstanding this.
You can still eat meat and have that "vegetarian diet". Because all a vegetarian diet is, is a diet without meat. Its easy to incorporate meat into your old vegetarian diet which can be just as healthy.
If you buy organic and or free range, or from your local farmer's market (with some research of course. Then there is no problem.
The ideal diet is, abundance of vegetables, fruits in moderation (at least every day), meats every 1 to 2 days and grain and dairy I would put more as an option because they aren't that necessary.