How are my high school classes?

<p>Do these classes look good to colleges who will see them on my transcript?
My unweighted GPA is about a 3.57, while my weighted is a 3.92. Also, there are no class rankings for my school.</p>

<p>Eighth grade year -
Latin I
Pre-AP Algebra I</p>

<p>Freshman year -
Pre-AP Chemistry
AP World History
Pre-AP English I
Debate I
Debate II
Latin II
Pre-AP Geometry
Band I</p>

<p>Sophomore year -
Pre-AP Biology
AP European History
Pre-AP English II
Honors Debate III
Honors Debate IV
Honors Latin III
Pre-AP Algebra II
Band II
Life Management Skills</p>

<p>Junior year -
AP Environmental Science
AP US History
AP English Language
Honors Debate V
Honors Debate VI
Honors Latin IV
Honors Pre-Calculus
Band III

<p>Over the summer and after AP exams are finished this year, I plan on taking the following courses online from Florida Virtual School, but I might not do all of them:
Computing for College and Careers
Advanced Algebra with Financial Applications
Liberal Arts Mathematics
Critical Reading and Study Skills
Driver Education/Traffic Safety
Earth-Space Science
Marine Science
Global Studies
Psychology I

<p>Senior year -
(I am only a junior right now)
I plan on taking AP English Literature, Honors Economics, and AP Government for sure. If offered, I will take AP Latin. Preferably, I do not want to take a math. I might take Marine Biology if I do not end up taking Marine Science on FLVS. Also, I definitely want to continue with Band IV and Honors Debate VII and VIII. Finally I am interested in taking Media Studies if it fits into my schedule, as my first career choice is being a journalist.</p>

<p>I'm sorry for the length of this post, but the real question here is... Am I taking classes that look impressive to colleges, in terms of APs and the like? Please keep in mind that I am not a math or science-centered person, except for Environmental and Earth sciences, which is why I am in AP Environmental Science. Thank you all for the feedback!</p>

<p>~ Andrew</p>

<p>Recommend taking four years of math (even though you are not a math or science centered person). Other than that I think it looks fine. </p>

<p>If there are specific schools you're interested in, the Common Data Set for those schools (section C) will show you what curriculum they recommend (i.e., 4 years english, 3 science, etc.).</p>

<p>Your GPA doesn't put you in the running for the very elite schools. If it did, I would recommend AP Stats at a minimum and Calculus AB would be better. However, for a state school or for medium tier liberal arts colleges your course selection is fine.</p>