Am I on the right track for NYU/Amherst?
So I'm a freshman as of right now. (Will be a sophomore from 2012-2013.)
I attend a pretty large public HS in California. However, I applied and auditioned
for a Conservatory charter school's writing program. It's a school for 'the Arts' and is ranked as the number one charter school in the county/area.
In addition to my regular 215 credits, I will have 96 credits (32 a year x 3 years) by the end of my HS career.. IF I continue to attend said school until senior year. I may or may not transfer back into public. It depends on how rigorous I find the school's curriculum.
I will be taking in-depth classes like Dark Literature, Global Poetry, African-American Folklore, among other granola topics.
OPTIMALLY: best-case scenario, I would like to enter college with a concentration or major of Business, Finance, Marketing, or Public Relations.
..Or Biomedical Engineering, since I'll have taken a lot of science by senior year as well.
My schedule for senior year will look (most probably) like this:
AP Calculus OR AP Statistics (maybe both) (undecided)
AP Spanish Language
AP Literature and Composition
AP Economics OR AP Macroeconomics + Microeconomics
If I don't take AP Statistics, academic elective OR the 2nd/3rd year of French (depending on whether I independently study or not)
Academic Electives to choose from: (Help me on this?!?!) Philosophy, Psychology (No Honors/AP available), Zoology, Anatomy, Journalism
2 years of Fine Arts center volunteering (Jr. Instructor)
2-3 years of volunteering at a hospital (possibly Surgery branch, idk)
4 years of Renaissance Fine Art classes
7 years of classical private piano lessons
4 years of local library branch volunteering
3 years of recreational swimming
California Scholastic Federation (Not really that impressive)
GATE (Gifted and Talented Education, not really that impressive, either.)
Thanks in advance, and if no one replies, ah, well. I tried!