I think it might be.
Check the websites of the universities you'll apply to and check, though. Normally, a CS degree is a Bachelor of Science, requiring at least two years of calculus & linear algebra, a year of a laboratory science, plus a course in discrete mathematics. Other courses in the CS major, like analysis of algorithms and data structures have a lot of applied mathematics in them.
If you can't get through at least math analysis or pre-calc in high school, you may be in over your head at the university level.
Talk to your counselors at school, think about what sort of job you are thinking about and see if your career center has any data on them and how to prepare.