I am a junior in high school and I live in New York. I am planning on going to an undergrad school around here for 2 years after I graduate, then transfering over to UCLA or one of the better physics schools in the west coast. I am not sure yet what aspect of physics I want to major in, but I have been doing side experiments out of school such as designing/making a hovercraft and some other things to try and narrow that down. Basically what I was wondering is, if I eventually wanted to try and get a job working for nasa, what would you recomend I took in college, what kind of stuff do they look for/recquire. Also, I have been thinking about studying physics and other sciences and after getting my Bachelors, trying to get a job as a teacher and while I teach, take night classes to get my phd and work towards a job for nasa. What do you suggest I do?