Marie122 wrote:Also, no offense, but if anyone only has to say that I shouldn't be worrying about this right now, please don't comment because I want advice, not criticism.
One of my favorite things on TLS is when someone tries to preemptively control the discussion by setting down rules. "Should I attend Cooley next year? If any of you are going to say no, don't post, because I only want people to say yes. Thanks."
In all seriousness, OP, you're very young. Your goals and interests may change a lot between now and when you would be applying to law school. There's a tremendous amount of change and (hopefully) maturing that goes on between high school -> college -> post college life. Maybe after all that you'll still want to go to law school. Maybe you'll go off to college and get interested in something else entirely. The important thing is go to a good undergraduate school and A) minimize debt B) intern a lot and B) major in something employable in case you decide you don't want to go to law school.