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You cannot become a veterinarian directly out of high school - it takes at least seven years of college before you can become a veterinarian in the United States. However, you can take some classes to help you work towards becoming a veterinarian. These include biology, chemistry, physics, algebra II and pre-calculus.
Chemistry, biology, zoology, technical writing, anatomy, psychology, and so on.
In high school you will have shop classes for electives and these may help you. To become an electrician you can get an apprenticeship to have a master electrician to train you.
To become a nurse, you need to study nursing in a community college or four-year university. Studying biology and chemistry in high school will help you prepare for your nursing classes in college.
High school deals in basic knowledge which will help to prepare you for the more specialized training required if you want to be a doctor working in an emergency room.
You cannot go directly from high school to vet school, and you cannot become a veterinarian straight out of high school. However, you can take some classes that will help you eventually become a veterinarian. Mostly you should focus on taking the most difficult math and science courses that you can handle - biology, chemistry, physics, algebra II, pre-calculus and calculus.