<p>I really want to go to Harvard! There are some professors that I would love to work with, I love the campus, I want to live on the East Coast, I would love to have unlimited access to one of the largest libraries in the nation, and most of all; the students there are the best.</p>
<p>My first semester for ninth grade was horrid. I went through a long and scary clinical depression that made my grades drop. I got an A in H. History and H. Bio, but I got a B in H. English and a C in H. Algebra 2. </p>
<p>I just finished my second semester with an A in H. English, Regular Algebra 2 (I switched out of honors), H. Biology, and a B that I might be able to turn into an A in Honors History.</p>
<p>In Tenth Grade I plan to take:
11th Grade H. American Lit.
H. Math Analysis</p>
AP Lit. and Comp.
AP Calc AB</p>
English 101 & 102
<p>I am also going to take college classes in Computers, Health, Lifeskills (to fulfill requirements), maybe AP Psychology and maybe some Speech class.</p>
<p>I will also be doing Orchestra all four years, Vocal Ensemble for two years and Peer College Counselling.</p>
<p>My ECs include: Viola, singing, volunteering at the retirement home, starting a club/ being president of the Free the Slaves Club, dance, and swim team.</p>
<p>Over the summers, I will be studying abroad and doing a leadership program.</p>
<p>Am I doing too much, too little? I have plenty of people to get recomendations from and my grades are going in an upward trend. </p>
<p>Am I on my way or should I aim elsewhere?</p>