Is this a good enough supplement for what I lacked in HS?
I didn't finish HS. I dropped out because I hated the school I went to and the GOOD school in my county said I was half a mile (Yeah, HALF) out of range to be eligible to go there. While in HS, I managed to take geometry, Algebra 1 and part of Algebra 2; Anatomy, physical science, and part of biology; 2.5 years of English; and some others that probably aren't worth mentioning like art, gym, history, etc. It was a terrible school, and due to the high rate of failures and drop outs (I blame the teachers, not the students. Don't doubt it until you witness it), the state was (and still is) tempted to shut it down.
I was, of course, one of those drop-outs. I loved learning, but I couldn't tolerate it there. Most of what I've learned has been self-taught. I've been at a CC trying to make up for what I missed in HS. So far I've taken:
First level English
Intro to Psychology
Applications in Algebra
A Microsoft Office course
Intro to Business
My next (and last semester at the CC) I'll be taking:
Second level English
Applications in Trigonometry
Intro to Visual Arts
Computer Aided Design 1 (2D)
When I go to the University in the Fall of 2013, the only extra class I'm taking that isn't necessary is Pre-Calculus with science applications. I think the extra padding will benefit. After that, I'll almost be ready to go into the major classes (Because almost every one of the CC classes will transfer and cover the University Core requirements). Considering that I dropped out of HS in the middle of my Junior year, are the classes that I've taken at the CC sufficient to replace what I missed before going to the University and doing ME?
I've had straight As at the CC, btw.