I am a high school student attending school at a community college (Early College High School located inside). I am currently a sophomore and I am signing up for classes for Fall/Autumn. For my Senior year, I want to take Calculus-based Physics but of course, that class is known to be difficult. I am undecided whether I should just take General Chemistry I and II during my Junior year and open up the door for Organic Chemistry if I decide to take it Senior Year, or whether I should start with Algebra-based Physics my Junior year to prepare me for Calculus-based Physics my Senior year. I am leaning on General Chemistry because I believe it will add diversity to my college application when I apply for colleges. I also have no decided major which is why I'm uncertain of what to take. Something dealing with STEM, obviously. I have heard that as long as I have Calculus then I should be good for Calculus-based Physics, but I'm still hesitant. I will definitely have Calculus I and Calculus II prior to my Senior year when I take Calculus-based Physics but will that be enough? I am pretty strong in math, but I would have no prior Physics experience. Here is my course plan to get an idea: *Indicates high school classes, everything else is college. Freshmen Year (Not too much going on this first year): *Algebra I *World Geography *English I *Biology *Physical Education A *Preparing for College Summer: Speech Intro to College (Some dumb required college class) Sophomore Year: *Geometry *World History *English II *Chemistry *Algebra II A Psychology Kinesiology Texas Government Honors Art Appreciation Honors Humanities Summer 2016: College Algebra US History A Trigonometry US History B Junior: Precalculus Honors Federal Government English Language and Composition I Music Appreciation Algebra-based Physics I or General Chemistry I *Spanish I (This space indicates a transition from Fall Semester to Spring Semester) Honors Calculus I Macroeconomics Honors English Language and Composition II Algebra-based Physics II or General Chemistry II Statistics *Spanish II Summer 2017: Calculus II Intro to Engineering Senior: Calculus III or Differential Equations Calculus-based Physics I World Literature A Organic Chemistry I or Engineering course Intermediate Spanish I (This space indicates a transition from Fall Semester to Spring Semester) Calculus III or Differential Equations Calculus-based Physics II World Literature B Organic Chemistry II or Engineering course Intermediate Spanish II Thanks!