I have yet another question for all of you helpful folks. I`ve been thinking ahead to my junior and senior schedule, and wanted to know how USNA viewed dual enrollment classes vs. AP. It works out so that in order for meet to meet all of my high school graduation requirements, take the classes I want to take, and take an AP science class and Calculus, instead of taking AP English and Government like I planned, the more viable option would be to take the dual-enrollment classes my high school offers for English and Social Studies. But how will this be viewed at USNA? If I go with that plan, I`ll have taken 4 AP classes throughout my high school career: 2 AP history classes, 1 AP English class, and 1 AP science class. (I would`ve taken more, but my school doesn`t allow us to take them freshman year, and I can`t take AP English until 11th.) The other option is to drop Calculus and/or AP science (it`ll be physics, I think) and take AP English and AP Gov`t. This will put me at 3 AP History classes and 2 AP English classes. It`s only a 1 AP class difference, I know, but option A will enable me to take Calculus (And possibly validate out of Calc 1 Plebe Year) and AP Physics (And I know how the Academy views high level math and science classes ) but option B will let me take an extra AP class (And I know they think highly of those who take a lot of APs). They`re both college level classes, but AP is more structured as far as curriculum, and there`s also the AP exam. So although option A will allow for more math and science courses, it might make my APs look weak. Which is ranked higher on their radar? Math and science or AP? Any help is appreciated. Also, do you think it`s all right to only take 1 AP science class, or for my two APs next year, should I do AP History and AP Chemistry (or physics...depends). English and History are my favorite subjects, but I`ll do whatever it takes.