I feel as if I should begin with a brief introduction, my name is Andrew. I'm currently a junior in high school and I aspire to pursue a doctorate degree in Quantum Physics. I've always been immensely intrigued by physics. As a kid I always questioned so many things and as I grew up I realized that physics holds the answers to many of those questions. Anyhow, as my educational background goes, I've taken Algebra I, Geometry, and I'm taking Algebra II this year. Feeling as if this is immensely slow, I've put it upon myself to use the Algebra II syllabus to read ahead and study. Additionally, I've borrowed a Trig/PreCal book from the math department head, and I've been studying that as well. My question is, what now? I want to learn so much so quickly, and being still a junior; I feel the wait until college is bothersome. Could anyone lend some advice to help in my pursuit?