Oops, accidentally hit submit thread, I meant to say Harvey Mudd in the title Hi, I'm a sophomore in high school right now and I want to get into the pure maths. In particular I'm wanting to get into and go to Harvey Mudd, however, I do know that its quite challenging to get into the school and am kinda lost as to what I should do to improve my chances of getting accepted when I do apply. I'm currently enrolled in Honors Precalc, Chemistry, Honors English 10, Honors World History, Spanish 2, and Business Marketing/economics. And I am planning to take AP Calculous AB, AP Chemistry, AP US History, Honors English 11, Honors Spanish 3, and Physics next year. I am also taking courses on Edx like the Introduction to Probability course, and plan to take the classical mechanics review, but how could I make my independent learning an advantage in my application. And in general, what else should I do to help increase my chances of getting into the school while also actually learning something helpful?