Help With Senior Schedule

<p>I'm a rising junior and we're signing up for classes next week. I'm not sure if I want to major in Accounting or Electrical Engineering yet. I love physics, but I'm not very good at calculus right now because my teacher doesn't really teach. But people tell me engineering is a difficult major. And I hate the idea of accounting, but my mother wants me to do it because it's easy. So should I go for engineering or accounting? Or should I dabble in both somehow?</p>

<p>These are the only two classes I'm sure about:</p>

<p>AP Lit
Chamber Orchestra</p>

<p>And all these other classes I'm not sure about.</p>

<p>Government 12 Honors or AP Government (I hate history, but people tell me AP Gov is easy. However, my country just added the honors option...)
AP Computer Science or AP Statistics (depends on what I plan to major in)
AP Biology or AP Physics C (again, it depends)
French 5 or Accounting (Should I continue French 5 and read an accounting textbook over the summer or should I drop French and take Accounting?)
STEM Engineering or Business I (depends on major)</p>

<p>First of all, if engineering is what you love, then choose that, no matter how difficult it is. My dad would love for me to do something with business but I'm a science girl, so, no matter how difficult it gets, i'm going to do what interests me and only me. When the time comes, your mom will support you.
1. Honors Government (It will allow you to focus more on your other AP's)
2. I have been told that AP computer science is a joke, is it possible for you to do a dual enrollment and take an actual science course at a local college?
3. Physics C requires some calculus, but I'd say choose that one
4. Continue with French
5. STEM Engineering</p>

<p>If you cant do a dual enrollment class for computer science, what you could do is take
AP Biology or AP Chemistry. </p>

<p>Here is the thing, if you start college and suddenly decide that you want to major in accounting, it is so much easier to learn the subject since the foundation is much different than engineering. It would be smarter to focus on engineering during high school so you can be prepared once you start college. </p>

<p>Hope I was of some help!</p>

<p>Actually, that was really helpful! And yeah, if I can't do a dual enrollment, then I'd probably do AP Biology.</p>

<p>Thank you so much, though!</p>

<p>Welcome! Though, wouldn't it be better to take chemistry if you want to be an engineer?
(Or have you taken that already?)</p>