Hey guys. I'm an IB junior in Florida, accepted to NASS Session 2 (yes!), and I have a question! I'm currently in the IB program (all three years of high school so far) and am a little concerned that it's really not all it's cracked up to be. This year I'm taking 4 APs, 2 IBs. IB Chem II and IB Pre-Calc (I didn't have the opportunity to advance to the higher math class), and AP US history, AP English Lit, AP Spanish, and AP Economics micro/macro. Next year, I'm taking all IBs and none of those include a Physics or Calculus course to my school's limitations and the IB curriculum's limitations. Do you think these courses are particularly important to take to get me a better chance of an appointment to the Academy? Should I drop out of IB (though that shows lack of commitment) to take all APs including duel enrolling at a local community college for Physics/Calc?