I'm a math major at a small college (kind of in the middle of nowhere), and am 14 years old. Since I had a ton of AP credit from high school and middle school, I have sophomore standing even though this has been my first year. In high school (for math) I did AP calc, multivariable calc, differential equations, and linear algebra through online programs. So far in college I have taken a set theory/proofs class and an abstract algebra class and have finished all of my gen-ed requirements. Though all of these classes have been very easy and the only challenge I get is through self studying, I don't feel comfortable transferring to a better school because I'm not ready to live far away from home yet. Also, I like my school a lot despite the super-easy math and have made friends there. I know that I want to continue doing math and go to grad school when I graduate, but am worried that since I go to a very small school that doesn't offer graduate level classes that I won't get into a good program and may not be as challenged as I would have been at a better institution. Will graduate schools understand my situation?