i think no one can give you reasonable advice here. we're talking about a major life decision if youre a us citizen. im sure someone can help you with the admissions process, but better yet, call the school. the bigger issue really is your decision. i have to admit to being skeptical of a high school student thinking such a program will "suit them perfectly". most people have a hard enough time grasping what is involved with medical currics to begin with
For instance itsin no way an intense program. The european style of higher education is just different (i have family who are irish and have taught and graduated from these schools and I know quite a bit about them) and just doesn't involve a full undergrad workload in the US style. Dont fool yourself: this isnt an "intensive" program.
What you are talking about doing is depriving yourself of the collegiate experience, leaving the US for at least 6 years, and potentially effecting your prospects of practice later on in your career. Dont trust anyone on the net to answer those questions for you, but you do need address them seriously if you havent. Good luck.
If you get a warning, put on yer manpants and stop whining about it.