A way to show rigor to colleges?

<p>Hi :),</p>

<p>The classes at my school are considered a bit easy to colleges because of the 1:1 nature of our school's program. I was wondering if there was anything I could do outside of school, something like community college or online classes that shows I can handle college-level work, without compromising my ECs. I'm not in favor of ccs because the only ones around me do compromise my ECs.</p>

<p>Thanks!</p>

<p>Do online courses.</p>

<p>You could also self-study some AP courses.</p>

<p>Thanks! Where should I do them? I'm not sure which would be best..</p>

<p>Anyone? :)</p>

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<p>Thanks! Should I do both or just self-study?</p>

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1:1 nature of our school's program

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<p>Just curious, what does this mean?</p>

<p>Also, I think this is the point of SATs and ACTs.</p>

<p>"Just curious, what does this mean?"</p>

<p>We don't learn in a classroom with many kids. It's kind of like tutoring.</p>