Im a sophomore in high school, second semester starts January. I sorta kinda got kicked out this semester for a rather ridiculous thing to do, and the reason I was kicked out so 'easily' is because of some rather stupid things I did last year.. So, I was only able to make up one credit for this semester, which is a petty tech math 1 class. The only reason I took the class in the first place is because its math.. I asked a lady down at the education center what I should do, to increase my chances of getting into the university I wish to get into. They told me that freshman and sophomore years dont exactly matter, as long as you have the credits. So I figured, if I keep making my grades (mostly A's) next semester throughout senior year, I can have all minimum requirements for the particular college I want to get into (University of Colorado at Boulder), and have 3 extra courses to take left, which would be by my choice the more advanced maths after AP Calculus, and perhaps an extra language class..This is my plan..at least. So Im not exactly sure though, if I could get into college with this? I figured if I did perhaps make mostly A's and B's, which shouldnt be too hard, and take a few AP courses (Physics and Calculus preferrably), and make good SAT scores, which Ive told arent too hard, then I most likely could do it easily..however, Im not exactly sure of this.. So.... I asked this lady what I should do, she suggested middle college. I have a great community college in my area, and I could do 2 years of college courses (including required high school courses, English 3,4 etc..) and possibly have an associates degree in science by the time I graduate high school, or not long after. The reason I hesitate on this decision, is because the counselor for middle college at my community college told me that most people who do middle college mostly do it to take a few required college courses, and get out at 18 and go straight to their job that they want.. Im not exactly sure if I should do this, the main reason is because in middle school many people told me to do these things that were supposedly better for me, for my 'intelligence' by their standards, and were horrible. I was sent to a charter school, which could have possibly ruined my chances for a good college had it been in high school. They've sent me recently to this program which isnt good at all, and if anything is going to look bad on my resume for college.. Basically, the school systems here have screwed me over on my decisions, and I dont trust them. So, would this middle college idea be good for me to get into a university? What my main question is, do I really need this to get into a good college or could I do it fairly easy continuing inhigh school making good grades with a good SAT score, and some advanced classes (like AP or honors). I really need some opinions on this, and facts as well about middle college, because Im not going to this unless Im absolutely 100% positive that this will be much better, or I actually really need this. Because everyone knows junior and senior years in high school are the best in your life...right? Haha.