Did you say this is your first college class? I can tell you that for most people, taking A&P accelerated for their first college class would be a huge endeavour. I would have failed or struggled with a C grade if I had done this, and I consider myself to be a smart person.
I think it depends on if grades are really important, too. Some students are applying to nursing programs
where it doesn't matter what the grade is in pre-reqs as long as it is passed with a C or better. Others won't get into their programs with less than a 4.0.
Also, how long is this summer session? That affects the decision making. If it is less than an eight week session - I would so NO WAY!
Could you take maybe two liberal arts courses like psych and something else not so intense as A&P for your first time in college? Then maybe in a full semester tackle A&P? It's not that I think taking A&P over the summer is bad, I don't. I took my A&P over the summer. It's that I would have set myself up for failure had this been my first college class.
The first semester in college is a time of getting acclimated to studying and exam taking and the whole academic climate. It would be a mistake to take on too heavy of a load for your first college experience, get demoralized, and set yourself up for failure.
On the other hand - if you are a wiz who remembers chemistry and biology from high school, and you graduated early or with college prep classes or something like that, maybe this is ok.