I don't think that the school Will change its procedures for you. I could be wrong and it pays for you and your parents to try.
It sounds like you may be a junior. The junior year is very important as far as your grades and extra-curricular activities go.
Try the best that you can to get as high grades as possible. Study, ask questions, do extra reports etc.
Try and have a variety of different types of extra-curricular activities. Go for leadership roles such as President and Captain. Activities outside of school counts too.
You should at this point, if you have not already done so, consider applying for college, Select some that will be easy for you to be admitted, others that you think that you will make and some that are a reach.
One of the best ways to determine your college future is to actually visit the campus and to speak to students there without the presence of the faculty. In addition to the usual tours of the buildings consider going into the student cafeteria and talking informally to some students.
In any case the future looks fine for you. Good luck in all that you do.
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