I am still in highschool (junior), but I am very interested in pursuing a career in the quantitative finance field. I've been searching for something I'd be interested in for the last year or so, and I finally found what I was looking for! I have an great love for math, and love applying it in real life scenarios. I just feel like i would enjoy this over something like physics or just teaching math. At this point, I know for a fact this is the field I want to pursue. So my question is, where should I be looking apply to college? I have done a lot of research so far but I am still somewhat confused. Should I be aiming for one of those undergrad "concentrations" that focus on FE?...such as princeton orfe or Columbia ieor...OR should I instead look to a hard major..like major in applied math or something. I know the conentrations would prepare me well for FE..but would I be getting the same sorta stuff from a normal applied math track? I am just a bit shaky about the concentrations right now since I haven't heard too many reviews about it...I would just like to know which choice would benefit my chances of doing will in the field of quantitative finance...Thanks in advance!!