M.Ed Candidate | Recruitment & Career Adviser | NAACP Executive Chair
San Antonio, Texas
You are absolutely on the right track and already ahead of most high school students. Although I am not STEM extraordinaire, I have a background in Career Development supporting STEM students, therefore, my first recommendation to you is SEEK OUT YOUR PASSION! You mentioned that most of the majors lead to the same destination, so you should take the time and research which program is going to give you the most satisfaction. The key is to be INTENTIONAL and SPECIFIC. Finding your niche early in the game will pay off when it's time for your first BIG opportunity.
So, what are you passionate about? Is there a specific subject that you enjoy more than another? For example, are you more interested in coding or software development? If yes, I'd recommend looking closer to the technology or engineering side. Or, do you absolutely love math and get super excited about numbers in general? If so, I'd recommend looking at Mathematics programs.
At the end of the day, your TRUE passion (not just what's going to get you a job) is going to get you the furthest in life. Everything else (career, money, family) will come regardless.
Hope this helps - let me know if you have additional questions.