If you are committed to making sure you get good grades while in high school it shouldn't matter what colleges you are interested in. Let the flow of answers as to whether your accepted or not by certain schools just come. I went to a small school in NJ and it was the best thing I could have done. I met a professor that inspired my interest in research. With the recent things passed by the supreme court though it may have an effect on everyone applying whether it be by color, sex or disability. What you should do is concentrate on your studies get good grades and apply to schools that have the programs you are interested in. Then stress to friends and family to get out and vote blue. But concentrate on studies first.
Marcelius Levites’s Answer
When it comes to college, your grades and GPA will showcase the kind of student you are, and you might even qualify for scholarships based on your academic performance. Additionally, if you excel in a particular sport, you could earn scholarships and internships. Remember, whether it's high school or college, your grades and GPA are the keys to success.
As the saying goes, "you are what you eat," the same applies to the company you keep – it shapes who you become.
Wishing you many blessings on your journey!
Marcelius Levites recommends the following next steps:
When applying for college, the high school you go to doesn't matter really at all!
Some areas you can focus on in high school is earning a high GPA. 3.5 or more is a good number to aim for.
Also, participate in extracurricular activities that matter to you, and develop good communication skills.
Explore what works well for you as you enter your freshman year, and try to develop a consistent work ethic.
Sending you encouragement as you begin high school! :)