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AP Classes: Bio (5), World History (4), Psychology (5), US History (4), Calc AB (4), English Lang (5), Spanish (x), Enviro (x), Calc BC (x).... x = AP's I'm taking my senior year
-FBLA (9, 10, 11, 12), VP of FBLA (11), Pres of FBLA (12)
-Spanish National Honor Society (10, 11, 12)
-National Honor Society (12)
-National Technical Honor Society (11, 12)
-Mu Alpha Theta (11, 12)
-Rho Kappa (11, 12)
-Florida Public Service Association (11, 12)
-Senior Council (12)
-Work 20-25+ hours/week at a drugstore
-I've built and currently maintain websites that generate income
-I've participated in two highly-selective week-long leadership camps this summer... one through the county's sheriff's office, which selects ONE student from each of the 26 high schools in the county. The other, Seminar for Tomorrow's Leaders (S4TL), selects about 160 students from various Rotary districts throughout west Florida. These equate to about 130 hours of intense leadership training, team building, and working on making oneself a better person.
Results so far:
U Alabama - Accepted, full tuition scholarship
University of Florida - Accepted, honors invite
Florida State U - Accepted, $9600
USF - Accepted, forgot how much $
University of Miami - Accepted, $24,000, Singer finalist, Stamps invite
Georgetown - Deferred EA
Vanderbilt - Accepted
Duke - ??
Stanford - ??
As you can tell from my list, Stanford is the farthest reach, but it's my #1 choice.