Hispanic male attending public school in NY, did not grow up speaking spanish
GPA: 94% UW (school doesn't weight), ranked 20/240 (top 9%)
SAT - 2150 740 CR, 670 M, 740 W
SAT II - 770 world history, 750 US history, 700 spanish, 680 spanish w/ listening
5 World History, 5 US History, 5 European History, 5 English Language, 2 Biology
Currently taking: AP Government (B+), AP Macroeconomics(A+), AP Spanish(A+), AP French(A+), AP English Lit(A-), AP Calc AB(C+), Physics(B), and Psychology(A+)
Studied abroad twice in Spain over the past 2 summers, taking courses in Spanish language and community service in a homestay with a local family.
President of National Honor Society and my high school's JSA chapter, officer in Multicultural Group
Member of Foreign Language Society, Spanish Club, French Club, and Rotary Interact (international community service organization), Student Govt
Listed several other ECs on app...collected signatures for darfur, played a varsity sport etc
Essays - i received very good feedback, they were about teaching myself french and starting to teach myself russian, and also dealt with my experiences abroad and the international focus of columbia and new york.
Recommendations: I assume they were very good as well.
So what are my chances at columbia with these credentials? Any advice is greatly appreciated.