For several years, particle physics has always been a fascination to me. I'm only 15, so that doesn't say much.... But I'm 100% positive that that is what I would like to study for the rest of my life. If anyone out there on this site could offer any advice or help about how I can reach this goal with more preparedness and/or just more easily, it would be greatly appreciated. Also, I am a junior in high school, and I'm starting to look at colleges. Hence, if anyone knows of any good colleges for either undergrad or grad schools specializing in particle physics, I would be very thankful if you would help me. -Thank you very much for reading this, Alakaboem P.S.: If the OPERA detector is correct about the FTL neutrinos, particle physicists have job security for life, by rewriting all of the equations! Waaaahoo!