I have a 11 grader who is interested in pursing physics for his undergraduate experience, if twelve grade Calculus and AP Physics goes well. He is very teacher dependent in math. If he has a good teacher, he does well in the class. He aced physics. It comes naturally to him. He has a 28 on the ACT. I could tell, he was tired going in. I predict he takes it again, his score would go up around 29-30. I can predict he scores around 1800-1850 on the SAT (based upon 10th grade PSAT). He is interested in going to schools in the following states: East coast MA-NC, and to the MS River eastern boarder, excluding the Southern States not on the east coast. Where do they have a physics programs that is good for him? I looked at schools that his ACT is in the 50% or higher for the school and made a list for him: Lycoming College, McDaniel College, Randolph-Macon College, Monmouth College, University of Evansville, Kalamazoo College, Ohio Wesleyan, Otterbein, Baldwin Wallace So far, he liked 2 college that he visited: University of Delaware, and Towson. Please excuse my writing. I am still getting over the stroke.