My high school career, theres a bit of a problem..... Well, I am learning a bunch of math outside of school, but I don't really fall into the category of a person that likes math. I look like a skater kid. I'm sure you're going to say something like "looks don't matter" or whatever, but people never ever expect me to be smart. He I am for reference, http://i494.photobucket.com/albums/rr304/schlynn/4284_1062113880523_1456244339_30179.jpg" [Broken]. But the math I took as a sophomore was extremely boring to me, it was geometry, and since I can do math that is far beyond simple sin cos and tan, I wasn't motivated to do it at all, and as a result, I failed the second semester. Then when I was a Junior, this was the school year that just ended, I'm going to be a senior now, my counselor was like "retake the whole year instead of the 1 semester that you need, it's a good idea". She did this instead of me taking Algebra 2 and then just redoing the second semester of geometry. So now I am a year behind in math at school, I'm only going to be in Algebra 2 as a senior. But I absolutely love math, I want to major in math when I get to college. But I think that my chances of getting into college wanting to major in math with only Algebra 2 will look so bad its not even funny. Do they offer pre-cal in college? I'm 100% sure that I can just jump into calculus, but my grades are a poor picture of my intellect. What would you guys suggest? Majoring in math is a dream of mine, I don't want it to be ruined. I have taken Project Lead the Way courses every year though, and I am taking another one this year, I took, IED, POE, and aerospace engineering, and I'm going to take digital electronics, and I'm going to be the lead electronics head this year for my schools robotics team, team 1646. What I'm simply asking is, what should I do to get into a college to major in math even though I will only have taken Algebra 2 in High School? I live 10 minutes away from Ivy Tech, I also live 10 minutes away from Purdue University, I live in Lafayette IN, do you think that I have a good chance of getting into ether of these to major in math?