I'm a sophomore who go to a small school...a very small school (about 300 students k-12) and there are very few honors/AP classes and ECs avalavable. I really want to go to a school like Cornell with a strong math and physics program.
I take the hardest classes offered at my school/ several online that arn't, and have a 4.0 gpa. I run track, and cross country. I will also be in a ski cadet program, and by either my junior or senior year i will probably be a ski instructor. I am also on the knowledge bowl team. Im looking into community service opportunities that i can do (I currently peer tutor), and will probably have a lot of community service hours. I've always had good test scores and expect to score high on the SAT/ACT and will also be taking several SAT Subject Tests. I also participated in EPGY's Stanford summer program in Cosmology.
I'm doing the best I can with what is avalable to me but im still really worried about not having a strong application. What else can i do to improve my chances of getting in to a school like Cornell?