So, I am a sophomore at a Math/Science Magnet school and I am considering applying to colleges a year early and relinquishing my right to obtain a high school diploma. I scored 2300+ on the SAT I. I also have 800s on the necessary SAT IIs, so the standardized testing crap is out of the way. I would be applying after my next year of high school. My reasons for wanting to do this are fairly simple. I will effectively run out of math and science courses to take and will thus waste a year (academically) in terms of those subjects. I am currently in Calculus II, and independently studying Multi-variable Calculus through the University of Texas - Austin. I have taken/ am taking Honors Chemistry, Honors Biology, and Honors Physics. Next year (11th grade), my schedule will appear as so: English III US History II Fitness Java/3d Modeling Independent Study math -they give me a free period and tell me to learn on my own AP Physics C - Mechanics (know most of it already from studying on my own) AP Physics C - E&M AP Chemistry That leaves no rigorous sciences or maths left to take senior year, only classes in Humanities, which many students at my school often call "nap classes". I also play two sports for a local high school, lacrosse and wrestling, I would like to pursue these at a D3 level in college. I have competed in math contests and physics contests, and will likely (hopefully) make USAMO and be a USAPHO semifinalist in 11th grade. I plan on applying to Caltech and MIT. Any input would be very appreciated.