Some families worry too much about perceived deficiencies or weaknesses of their high school.
Our school doesn’t have AP chemistry.
The counselors have too many kids.
We’ve had three different basketball coaches since my freshman year.
Those concerns might well be legitimate. But you should know that colleges do not punish applicants for school environments or circumstances beyond their control. What colleges measure is how well you performed in the context of what was available to you.
Your high school probably isn’t perfect. Your college won’t be either (and neither will life as a college graduate). Schools, colleges, jobs, living situations, relationships—to flourish within them means embracing what’s good and managing around what is not. Successful college applicants use their time in high school to develop that skill.