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Oh, on the other hand... if by high school you mean you're just starting out at an American high school, you probably aren't actually being taught in enough depth to make it into Oxford on the strength of your school studies, so you probably will need to do quite a lot of work on your own, probably at least enough to bring you up to speed on the material covered by the british A-level syllabuses that are required/suggested for whichever course it is you're interested in studying.And.. if you want to study physics at Oxford you should be looking at being on top of both the A-Level maths and ideally at least the "pure maths" section of the british A-level syllabuses, as well as physics. For chemistry definitely at least the chemistry syllabus, maths and at least one of biology and physics. Biological subjects you should aim for biology, maths and ideally chemistry.
Best way into Oxford is via the M40, for Cambridge you need the M11.