I find it intriguing that any high schooler can even reach differential equations and Post AP physics. Can you even take those classes at your HS?
You must be quite a gifted young man.
<p>That's quite nice of you to say, I just try my best to succeed. None of those classes are offered at my high school. In fact, my high school doesn't have quite that many opportunities and the most AP's any sophomore had taken before me was one as it is generally against their policy to allow underclassmen to take APs (they allowed me to take multiple AP's because I was the second person in the history of my district to qualify for an olympiad final). I'm taking the post AP level classes at the local community colleges and Stanford University.</p>
I wasnt aiming that towards you. Im just ****ed because there are all these kids at school going around like, "Oh i am in this club and that. Just doing this club gets you a 5% better chance into Ivies. I dont care if I dont lke this club or that one, i am just doing it to get into college."</p>
<p>Just putting out there for people like that.
What specifically in math? Business clubs maybe. Do you have FBLA in your school? if not search it and bring it to your school.
If you like math, try looking at Princeton U courses.
<p>Don't worry, I know where you are coming from. I tried starting an FLBA chapter at my school last year but was unable to secure an interested advisor. Well, I am taking math classes at Stanford U, Princeton would be impractical as its on the other side of the country.</p>