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Miguel's plan

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So today Miguel wants to be a bio-engineering. I figure he's hovering around science, math and technology so I've put his schedule together with what are community college offers:

Math: up to calc 3 + statistics ( 5 more classes to go)
Science: AP Bio, chem 1+2, Physics 1+2, cell biology, micro biology (7 more classes to go)
SS: AP US history, US government, AP human Geography (2 more classes to go)
English: English 1, English 4, AP comp., English elective (2 more classes to go)
Foreign language: 2 Spanish (Done)

This should be rigors enough to get into any state college with an AA providing he gets B or higher from now on. I've narrowed it down to two schools that we can "afford" that have his program. It just depends on him now. I know it's early but college, affording college and giving him the best experiences are my main concern. I want him to walk out with a strong AA so if he doesn't want to get his BS he's still well prepared. I'm trying to balance rigors with lack of burn out.
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