TL;DR version: I've taken 3 out of 6 AP classes my school offers, and self-studied the three I didn't take the classes for (as well as one other test they don't offer). Is that okay, or will I look lazy or something?
Up until this year, my school has offered four AP classes: Biology, Chemistry, English Lit, and US Government. I took the first three, but AP US Government didn't fit into my schedule, so I self-studied it.
I also self-studied three other AP classes they didn't offer: Calculus BC, Statistics, and US History.
I thought I was getting ahead by doing that, but my school decided that next year they're going to start offering Statistics and US History. So I've taken the tests but not the classes.
I can't take any AP classes next year because I'm taking all dual enrollment classes (at a university, if it makes a difference). First semester I'm taking Intro to Ethics, Linear Algebra, Differential Equations, and Intro to Number Theory, and second semester I want to take more math classes if the first three don't kill me. It seems like these courses should be impressive, but I'm not sure.
I'm sure my GC will say my courseload was "most demanding," but I just wanted to make sure I'll be competitive at most schools (higher-ranked state schools, not HYPSM or anything).