The best education for web development?

<p>Here is my case:
I am a junior in highschool. I began to program when I was 11 and have experimented with web design over the past 5 years. During the past year I have been working on a web application (LearnIt). Through the web development process I have learned how to use PHP, MySQL, pre, HTML, CSS, XML technologies (such as XSL), and some others. I have also gained much more experience in web design.</p>

<p>My problem is this: what should I do to prepare for a successful web development career?</p>

<p>I am studying for the Computer Science AP exam but at this point I am not sure what is the best major/double major/major and minor combination for a web development career. My acedemic situation is this: I am not bad at math but I’m not REALLY a technical person–I don’t really enjoy math. I am definitely an artistic person but I enjoy the combination of developing and designing web applications.</p>

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<p>What about going into something like communications or marketing, or graphic design?</p>

<p>I know that Penn has a fantastic digital media program, too... But they're less on the marketing side of things and more like a pre-Pixar academy...</p>

<p>Check out the Pratt Institute in NYC, too. They're a phenomenal school, and they've got programs in digital arts and communications design, either of which sounds like it'd be more up your alley than going into hard-core engineering or computer science.</p>

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<p>Something that looks interesting to me is majoring in information science. I think I would enjoy it. But I'm wondering how that would fit in with my web development career.</p>