I am a junior in high school and unfortunately, I have not been able to take the hardest math/science classes possible. I am currently taking Regular Algebra II/Trig, Regular Chemistry, and will start College 101 Geology in the spring. That means that I will end my high school career with Pre-Calc, Physics, and maybe a science AP or AP Stat, which I can tell isn't hard enough for a rigorous engineering program. There are 2 main reasons why I am not in harder math/science classes: 1) I didn't plan on becoming an engineer early in high school or junior high (My high school considers junior high math and science grades for placement in advanced math/science courses in high school. In fact, you're placed in advanced high school math/science courses starting in 8th Grade). 2) I would've taken summer school courses in order to place myself in advanced math/science courses, but unfortunately, my high school doesn't offer summer school and feels that summer school credit from other schools cannot be "redeemed" because my school supposedly puts a higher standard on its students than rival high schools. My only option now is to take Pre-Calc over the summer online and take 101 Calculus at community college during 12th Grade on the side on top of my 12th Grade courses (because remember my school doesn't take credit from other schools even colleges. That College 101 Geology course is a non-dual that I will take on my own.) I totally willing to do this in order to get accepted into an enginnering program with ABET accreditation. So what do I do? What are my options if I have any? Btw, I am from Central NY, so if so, please reccommend any engineering programs with ABET accredition that would accept me.