FYI I am a freshman now. What do I do ?????? I know people say don't worry about it because they will take into account that you couldn't take any in the first place, but I definitely am. What are the other options? The community college doesn't give high school credit even if you take courses while you are in high school. They only have the bare minimum classes to graduate!
I would try to see if any of the other schools in your district offer AP or Honors courses. If not, reach out to your counselor. Another option is to self-study using Barron's/prep books, online resources, Youtube videos, outside classes, etc. Hope this helps!
Harvard and many other schools do holistic admissions. What this means for you is that they will look at what you were given the opportunity to do, how you did in that environment, and what, if any, other opportunities you sought out. This is good for you because as long as you work hard and do well in your classes, you should be a decent applicant to Harvard still. Basically, this WILL NOT hurt your application to Harvard. But, to really make yourself a stand-out applicant, you should consider independent study of subjects at your school or self-study of AP courses. Participating this way can show your dedication to learning and academic success that your school may not otherwise provide.
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