<p>white male
middle class</p>

<p>small competetive school, no class ranks</p>

<p>GPA - 3.6/4.0 (cumulative)</p>

<p>Freshman: 89 avg
Honors Latin
Honors Writing
Honors English
Honors Biology
Honors Geometry
Philosophy (no honors courses offered)</p>

<p>Sophmore: 90 avg
Honors Latin
Honors History
Honors English
Honors Chemistry
Honors Algebra II
Philosophy (no honors offered)</p>

<p>Junior: 92 avg
AP History
AP Latin
Honors Pre-Calc
Honors Physics
Honors English
Philosophy (no honors offered)

<p>(through junior year, this is the most strenuous courseload I could possibly have taken)</p>

<p>Senior: (projected)
AP Latin
AP Literature
AP Physics
AP History
Honors Calculus

Math: 720
Writing: 700</p>

School Service (many hours)
Service Trip to New Orleans</p>

International Club (pres.)
Diversity Club
Photography Club
SADD Chapter
National Latin Honor Society
National Honor Society</p>

<p>I'm looking at schools like Boston College, Holy Cross, Trinity College, Colgate, and Tufts. What do my chances look like at these schools? I'm considering applying ED to Holy Cross. Thanks.</p>

<p>They look good. A lot depends on essays, and how well you project the fact that you really want to go to a certain college.</p>

<p>To me it looks as if you're a match at all those places you mentioned, though your ECs seem a little bit too filler. Still, I feel for the schools you listed you're a strong applicant.</p>

<p>just out of curiosity -- what kind of philosophy class offered at a high school takes 4 years? that seems really unusual. Most schools might offer intro to philosophy and maybe logic -- but I haven't seen more than that.</p>

<p>i forgot to's a catholic high school, and its a religion course, required all 4 years. i'm not sure why i decided to call it philosophy</p>

<p>Good Chances at all Except Tufts, I think your essay and recomendation can increase your chances at Tufts. All other seems good matches for your profile.</p>