applied to a school ED, but am not sure i'll get in and am therefore preparing for the worst (and hoping for the best). I am interested in Bowdoin, Middlebury, Tufts, Wesleyan, Colby, and some other liberal arts colleges. Would anyone chance me. I am also open to suggestions of other small colleges. <7000 students preferably. I am interested in in economics.
GPA: UW 3.76
SAT I: W:750 M:720 CR:660
SAT II: math ii: 770 waiting on physics
ACT: Will be taking soon
AP: World History 3, US History 3, Microeconomics 3, Macroeconomics 3, Psychology 4, English 11 4, Statistics 4
Taking 5 more AP's senior year.
Extracurricular: Lacrosse jv 9th, 10th grade
1 wrestling 9th, 10th, 11th grade varsity,
2 Member of high school Young Republican Club (president 10th, 11th grade)
3 Internship at Romney Victory office: summer before 11th grade and during 11th grade until nov. 6th
4 Started an organization: Teenage Republicans of Northern Virginia, which networks 28 high schools teenage republican clubs to work cohesively on campaigns by phone banking and door knocking. Also hosts events. ie. candidate youth forum, where all republican candidates for Lieutenant Governor and Attorney General came and answered questions focused towards teenagers.
5 Internship at Washington First Bank: summer before senior year
6 Member of Student Gov. 9-11th grade: vp of class and member of High school "Executive Board" 12th grade: president of school/exec board
7 Member of NHS
Job: worked at a country club cleaning golf clubs, golf carts, cleaning the driving range, etc.