I'm currently a sophomore at a Catholic school in New Hampshire, despite being a resident of Massachusetts. Due to the general oppressive nature of my school, I'm currently considering two possibilities for next year: Mass. Academy of Math and Science, or Simon's Rock. After reading a lot, Simon's Rock is definitely more appealing to me. However, since my sister is currently in college, I'd have to get a significant scholarship to attend SRC. I was just curious as to what my "odds" of getting a scholarship award are with the following stats:
4.35 GPA and in full honors for my freshman and sophomore year.
2100 SAT score in 7th grade (I expect it to increase when I retake it)
Simultaneously taking two math classes
Participation in the Center for Talented Youth's gifted program for several years
Currently the head of the programming team for my FIRST Robotics team
Played school soccer for two years
Participated in every school drama production to date
Participated in Kenpo Karate at my local academy for 8 years
Miscellaneous community service through the years
And that about sums it up.
Demographically speaking, I'm male, and identify as American Indian (Sioux).
I understand it's impossible to gauge whether or not I'd receive any scholarships, but can anyone conjecture? :D