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Remember that your kids are at PREP school so they can get an education and the rest can fall into place. I'm guessing your school will send out something sophomore year saying "here's what you should think about now" and it will include subject test guidance.
Your child can be strategic in when classes are taken to keep the load reasonable for him/her. You can always adjust the plan as you move forward, but thinking about the balance can help a lot.
I've read that selective colleges and universities are looking for applicants that have completed 4 years each of english, math, natural science, social science and language.
What is the difference between AP and SAT II?