Not sure what I want to do, but I want it to be something involving mathematics. For the last few years, I pulled the big nerd and wanted to do game design, which I'm floating back to. I've looked at DigiPen, but due to some of the things I'd have to do (like get my own apartment) might be a little much for a first year in college. If all goes as planned, then by the end of next year (I'm a Junior in High School right now), I will have taken Honors level Math and Science courses for all 4 years. I've taken Geometry Honors, Algebra II Honors, I'm in Precalculus Honors, and next year I'm taking Calculus AP. For science courses, I took Chemistry/Physics Honors (freshman year this is used as a sort of prep course in both subjects, but isn't too much into either one), Biology Honors, I'm in Chemistry Honors, and I'm taking Physics AP next year. I also have taken an Intro to Programming class (I wanted to take C++ Programming this year, but it didn't work out that way). Next year, I'm hoping to get the C++ course (the course I chose to take, Film Study II, might not happen, so hopefully I'll get C++ instead since it's one of my alternate choices). I haven't taken the SATs yet, but my PSAT score was the SAT equivalent of a 1310 (everyone says you do better on the SATs, and that proves true for most people I know). I scored in the top 98% for the PSATs and am eligible for the National Merit Scholarship (I have to fill the thing for it out to apply to see if I get it). That said, what other things should I do to get into a good college for the area I plan to go for? What classes should I take in college? What colleges should I look at? BTW, I plan on taking the SAT IIs for some subjects next year (not sure which specifically).