Nyla- It's pretty cool! My advice though is get your college stuff figured out ASAP. Because I waited until the last minute to decide where I was going and that's too much pressure to put on yourself especially at the end of senior year.
Also, even though AP is stressful, do the best you can in those classes and on the tests because they will save you SO MUCH MONEY. I took two AP tests my junior year and four my senior year and by some miracle of the heavens I managed to pass all of them, and that gave me enough credits to actually enter college as a sophomore so I basically didn't have to pay for my entire freshman year and I saved like $12,000. Also if you plan on taking the tests, make sure you do practice tests throughout the year; that helped me a lot. Because sometimes your teachers will teach you the right skills for that subject but they won't give you practice problems that are the same difficulty of the actual test and then you look at the test and you're like, "What the heck is this we never learned this what's going on?"
And yeah college really isn't that scary. I've already made friends and gotten involved with clubs and stuff. And you still get homework but you have way more time to do it. But don't procrastinate! Make a study plan! (There's actually classes in most colleges specifically about how to pass freshman year so maybe you can take one of those if you feel like you might be overwhelmed.)
Also, don't forget to eat! Or sleep! These are important things! And when your parents aren't around to tell you to do them you might forget! So don't do that! (Like me...)
Also never forget these words: THE SYLLABUS IS LIFE. EVERYTHING YOU EVER NEED TO KNOW ABOUT ANYTHING EVER IS IN YOUR SYLLABUS. Yeah basically half the time your professors won't tell you what the homework is so if you don't look at your syllabus like every day you're gonna get lost. They give it to you at the beginning of the semester and it tells you all the homework for the whole term so it's super useful.
Okay sorry for that super long rant, but I hope it helped a little bit. :)
By the way, what grade are you in now and what state do you live in? And what AP classes are you taking?