Hi. Currently a junior in high school. I love math, and am currently either deciding between going into math or engineering. Because of this, I'd like to take as much math as possible and really challenge myself before I go to college. I'm currently taking pre-calculus at my school, but next year I would like to step it up. There's a local university nearby (Ohio University-Lancaster) that a few students have taken math at before. I feel like taking it at the university would help prepare me better than versus just taking Calculus as a high school class (we don't have AP Calc). So.. Here are my options: 1. Take Calculus 1 over the summer at OUL, then take Calculus 2 during the first semester of my senior year at OUL. I wanted to take Calc 1 over the summer, but I have a few questions.. What would I take my second semester of my senior year? I don't want to pause in my math sequence, and at the same time I feel that taking anything more advanced than Calc 2 in high school would probably be better off being taken when I'm in college. Is there anything that I could take the second semester of my senior year math wise? Would this be a good idea? I'm also concerned that taking Calculus 1 over the summer will not go as in-depth as I would like due to it being taught over a shorter time period. 2. Take Calculus 1 my first semester at OUL, then Calculus 2 during the second semester. I would not take anything over the summer before the first semester. 3. Take Advanced Calculus 1 my first semester at OUL, then Advanced Calculus 2 during the second semester. They offer advanced versions of Calc1/ 2, which seem to be more proof-based and more rigorous. OUL is not a very rigorous school, and I would like to be prepared for when I take more advanced math in college. I am most likely going to attend Ohio State University. I feel like taking the advanced versions at OUL may prepare me better, since Calc 1/2 at OSU is harder anyways. Is this a bad idea? What are your thoughts? To give you an idea of my intelligence/ work ethic: I love math and am a hard worker, IQ ~130, ACT 31. By the time I begin, I will have some experience in Calc, because I'm currently self-reading through a Calculus book (Elementary Calculus: An Infintesimal Approach - Keisler).