Take Geometry and skip Algebra II. Especially if your class is a more proof-based geometry class, there are a lot of good skills to be learned in geometry. People have a tendency to think either more algebraically or more geometrically. As an algebraically-minded person, I had to "learn" to think geometrically. Algebra II is pretty straightforward. I also know a few students that took geometry and self-taught algebra II and they are fine.
However, I would like to note, that only do this if you have access to upper-level classes and if you have scheduled out the next few years and determined that you will not be taking a math course that is a lot of work when you will not have time for it.