Hi I am a high school student. I want to know about a good way to start physics curriculum on my own, whether this is through videos or a well known textbook. I've already had a very basic "Physical Science" course where I learned Newton's & Kepler's laws, a bit about forces and optics, all through the context of Astronomy. When I will start learning physics, I will have just completed a year of Calculus. So, I may as well learn Physics with Calculus from the start right? The book or lectures or other things should be very clear and introductory. At the same time, I want to get a lot of practice, and actually go in depth so I will be able to retain and apply knowledge later. If such a course or text exists, please tell me about it! I figure Physics Forums would know. Thanks in advance!