Originally Answered: Choosing a college and major? (planning ahead)?
My recommendation is that you look into some liberal arts colleges. As opposed to the more traditional learn-by-the-book approach, liberal arts colleges try to educate you so that you are well-rounded and well-versed in all aspects of school, but also so that you can tie together your interests and your knowledge into a web of understanding, rather than trying to understand everything in an isolated context which is unrealistic in the real world. Like you, I excel at pretty much everything; I've taken AP classes in math, history, foreign language, and science, have a 4.6 GPA, even the classes I don't really like I still reap much benefit from, so I opted to apply to a lot of liberal arts colleges so that I could continue to really spread the field and learn a wide range of subjects.
In terms of majors, there's a lot of majors that don't have classes at the high school level, particularly if you go to a small or lesser-funded high school (African American Studies for example), so you may find that you don't know what you want to do (most kids don't) until you get to the school, take a couple classes, experiment, and then find what you want to major in. The majority of schools don't expect you to declare a major until you're the end of your sophomore year, so you have time.
You only provided us with grades, so there's limited input on that front, but your grades seem good, and something which will benefit you greatly is that it seems that you love to learn, rather than just loving to get good grades as many kids do, and this can translate as very genuine on college applications when you can explain and articulate how you approach learning. There's a lot of other components that go into any college application, but it seems like you're off to a good start right now.