I see software in your question topics. Do you want to be a software engineer?
Engineers need to be good at maths and sciences as it is applied to a number of different engineering issues.
As well as good grades in mathematics and sciences engineering also requires hands-on experience; and an understanding of innovation principles, processes, design and society.
The good news is that whatever your interests at school, there is probably a branch of engineering that will match your desires and interests.
For example, a bio-engineer working on the engineering of biological systems would need a good understanding of biology.
By choosing science, technology, and maths you are most likely to widen your options later in life rather than narrow them.