I am currently a junior at a high school, and I've been recently scheduled for my senior year in hs. Anyway the classes related to physics i took are, I took Calc AP, Phys AP, Chem AP. They are AP, they should cover me and prepare me for physics in college right? I hope so. After reading several posts on thsi forum about how a waste of time HS really is, I am figuring I should probably go to a local university that offers the same exact courses by title. We are given that option, like to take English and Gym at hs, and then drive yourself to a nearby college and take the remaining classes there(calc, phys...). The only problem is $. It isn't that expensive, but is it worth it in your opinion, taking for instance, a Calc Course in a college, or Calc AP in a hs. At the moment, i think i should stay with the hs and do extra physics and math homework by buying self-study books. Also, my present physics teacher who also teaches physics Ap next year, is very demotivating and not a very good teacher, but that isn't fooling me.Btw, i plan to major in Physics in college. Any suggestions?