Hi Love B.
- While medical schools might not look at high school transcripts as a determining factor for admission, solid coursework while in high school can prepare candidates for the rigors of college-level pre-med studies. Peterson's College Bound recommends high school students who are interest in pursuing a career in medicine take advanced placement courses in math and science-related subjects, such as chemistry, biology, physics and calculus. A strong science background helps, but high school students should also have a well-rounded schedule of classes that includes the humanities, history, English and communications.
I´m attaching too the link of The American Association of Colleges of Osteopathic Medicine: