Hi, I have a rather unique situation. I am in high school, and also attend a local community college (I'll have 16 credits at the end of this semester). Through the Board of Trustees at my high school, I have the option to attend a relatively decent state university in my city. I would start this spring, taking courses concurrently with high school, then for the Fall I would sort of waive the high school/GED requirement, and attend as a matriculated student in a major of my choice. Ideally, however, I would like to try to transfer to a university that is more focused on my preferred topics, such as math, computer science, and physics, say - MIT or Stanford or Princeton, even. What I have found, however, is discouraging. The process is much more competitive, and schools such as Princeton do not even accept transfers. So, I guess my question is this: is it better to wait, study for APs, continue on with high school, concurrently take a few classes at the community college, graduate early, then apply as a normal student? Or would it be better to speed through and start at this university, ruling out my opportunity for Princeton and a few others I found that don't accept transfers, and hope to transfer to another school? Thanks for any advice.