I am a junior in High School. I am taking honors physics this year, and am signed up to take AP Physics next year (non-calculus is the only version of AP Physics offered at my school, but I am also taking AP Calculus) Physics has been my favorite class all year, and I have begun to think of it as a possibility for a major. I understand that I do not need to choose my major for another couple of years, but I would like to just have an idea as I go through my college search so that wherever I go has a program that I know I will be interested in, such as physics. So here's my question... How can I expose myself to more physics as a high school student? I am interested in most field of physics, especially particle and astrophysics, but I don't know how I can satisfy my curiosity and my quest for more knowledge in the topic. Very simply, I can not wait to learn more. I would also like to learn more about more specific branches of chemistry, as the classes that I am taking both now and next year are mostly classical physics dealing with Newtonian laws, with AP Physics being the equivalent of an introductory college class. I have looked at my local community college for summer classes, but they only offer remedial physics, which I definitely do not need, and summer programs at other colleges, which either do not offer physics, or I have a conflict with (I have not researched every college program, but I have looked into many, so if anybody knows any different ones, that would be great) because I can not take any classes in August unless they are possibly online due to a family commitment. My hope is that somebody who reads this thread will be able to advise me in some way as to how I may expose myself to different branches of physics as a high school student, so that I can nurture my love for the subject that pretty much everybody in this forum has. Thank you for reading this and hopefully responding, sorry it's so long!