I was wondering if there are any special math scholarships in the United States of America for High School students with high capacity in mathematics. At the age of merely 16, I see great potential in my future mathematics courses as you may be able to tell from my activity on math.stackexchange.com.
Because I am able to perform math that most students my age aren't able to and I am already learning math topics at a fast rate, I already fear that I won't be able to have math courses left by next year if I so chose, which would only be my junior year of high school! I'm quite unsure if I am able to take more math courses as a dual-enrolled student at my local high school simply because such courses don't lend to my high school diploma.
To get an idea of how fast I learn, I taught myself Calculus One in about a month... without neglecting my other subjects. Oddly, I haven't taken Calculus yet, so I think it will be a breeze.
I keep my skills sharp of course, using this site to help me learn and teach at the same time.
I'm also looking towards becoming a math major and teaching a math course as a professor or High School teacher.
Preferably, I'd like a scholarship or grant that is primarily math based but if science tags along I'm ok.
Thank you, Simple Art