Question: To be an architect, what subjects should I take in high school?
While still in high school, you should plan a strong college preparatory program with courses in English, humanities subjects, mathematics, including geometry, trigonometry, algebra, and pre-calculus, and physics.
Art courses - drawing, painting, sculpture, or photography - will be helpful in developing your ability to visualize and conceptualize, both important skills to an architect.
Elective courses in computers and business will be extremely helpful in preparing for a career in architecture.
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