Lol, agree with above.
Here's my schedule for comparison:
Sophomore: 2 AP classes
Junior: 6 AP classes and 8 exams (took AP Physics C and AP Econ, both of which have two exams)
Senior: 4 AP classes
The only illegitimate AP I took was AP Psych in senior year (didn't have any other class that fit my schedule).
You schedule is fine, but I'd strongly recommend taking 5 AP's in junior year and 4 AP's (or fewer) in senior year. You'll have much more work in senior year due to college applications and, possibly, standardized testing. A lot of my friends loaded up on AP's in senior year because they didn't take "enough" of them in junior year. They all deeply regretted their decisions and wish they had taken more AP's as juniors.
Trust me, you don't have a crazy senior schedule. Take all your difficult AP's in junior year and take the easier ones in senior year. That way, your transcript will look better and you'll have more time for applications.