Hello all! I am a 14 year old student attending an elite private school in North Texas and I aspire to someday become a theoretical physicist. I currently take mostly AP classes and am doing better than a good portion of my peers. I have knowledge of high school math (taught it all to myself when I was 10/11 in one to two weeks), Calculus I, II, III, D.E., topology, statistics, calculus based physics, and have a working knowledge of theoretical/quantum physics, cosmology, and astrophysics. If you look up Jacob Barnett, I am fairly analogous to him. My school is not a huge fan of student's excelling too quickly, sigh, but I do what I can, and do it as well I can. Furthermore, I solve equations on my whiteboard in my bedroom, windows, mirrors, really anything that will not absorb Expo markers. I have a theory I am currently developing, and I would say it is going quite well (considering professors (some very esteemed) find validity in it).
My question to you all is if I hope to attend a college such as MIT what can I do to help my chances? I have contemplated building a particle accelerator, which sounds quite interesting and would prove useful to my research. In addition, I have contemplated attending a program such as RSI (if I am even so fortunate enough) later on my high school career or even entering the Google Science Fair. With a fair amount of you being in college/graduated (I would presume), does anyone have any pointers to help my dream come true? Thanks for the advice!