I am at the point in my junior year when I need to pick my classes for next year. I understand the Academy emphasizes STEM courses. However, math is not a subject I would describe as being easy for me. I have taken all algebra courses, geometry, trigonometry, and statistics so far. I did not to take pre-calculus or calculus in high school, and would elect to take AP-statistics next year instead. I would like to know how strongly this decision would be looked down upon by admissions? I have only attained an A grade one high school math course, so additional math would be consequential to my GPA. I do have good grades in lab sciences, getting As in physics, chemistry, and biology. Is this that enough to carry my weak math base? I would take additional science, (even AP sciences) next year, but I am not confident I could get an A in those. For now, the classes I have lined up are AP Gov, AP English Lit, AP Statistics, and ASB (A required class for student government). This leaves room for 1 more course, weather it be additional math, additional science, or maybe another course that could make up for my gap in math (AP computer science maybe?)If you disagree with some of the courses I plan on taking, let me know what would be a better alternative. Thanks for your time, and I hope to hear some input on what would best prepare me. Uncertain if it is appropriate to post this here, if not please direct me.