High School Requirements???

I’m going into junior year at my HS and so my HS career has pretty much been tailored to the point of no return, since changing classes in my school is pretty hard (especially for honors/AP programs). My dream school is Brown, and while doing some research I found that Brown requires 2 years of FINE ARTS and 0 years of social science (at least according to Naviance). Problem is, I have the exact opposite amount of credits (took world history ap and will take US AP). I was planning on doing a real simple fine arts class like ceramics my senior year, but now that I found this potentially compromising piece of info I’m worried. I’m currently taking an ACT summer camp and my highest was a 33 with a writing avg. of 11-12, and I’ve had exactly 2 B’s over the past 2 yrs. I know that in the long run this lack of fine arts credit may not be a grave error of judgement but how much would a failure to meet admission requirements hurt my chances at ANY college?
BTW I’d like to thank everyone who can help and all advice is deeply appreciated. Thank you.

Where does it say that Brown requires two years of fine arts as a HSer?
I think according to the link below, which is from the Brown website, you are wrong.
2 years of history and it encourages art but does not mandate it.



What kinds of courses should I take to best prepare for Brown?
Preparing For Brown

For many years, the fundamental curriculum for college-bound students includes the following coursework:

English - 4 years; Math - at least 3 years, preferably 4 years; Science - at least 3 years, including 2 years of lab science; Social Studies - at least 2 years of history, including American history; and Foreign Language - at least 3 years, preferably 4 years of a single language.

While there are no specific course requirements for admission to Brown, you should take all of the fundamental courses that are essential preparation for university-level studies. Ideally, Brown undergraduates will have studied at least one foreign language for four years (or the equivalent). Studies will have included biology, physics, and chemistry, and at least calculus. Applicants planning to concentrate in science, math, or engineering will certainly benefit from more advanced courses in their area of interest.

Students who stretch themselves in one or more academic areas will stand out among applicants who choose a less demanding route. We are looking for students who are exceptionally eager to learn and willing to accept academic challenges. Brown also encourages the study of music and art.

Thanks for your input! I guess Naviance wasn’t worth the money that my school district put into.