Chance a boarding school student

• SAT I (breakdown): 1950: 700 M, 650 CR, 600 W
• SAT II: 700 Math II, 700 Bio
• Unweighted GPA (out of 4.0): 3.4
• Rank (percentile if rank is unavailable): Top 25%
• AP (place score in parenthesis): Sophomore: AP Bio (4), AP Calc AB (5) Junior: AP Stats (4), APUSH (4)
• Senior Year Course Load: AP Spanish Language, AP Gov, AP Psych, English Electives, Religion Electives, Independent Study in Human Rights</p>

• Extracurriculars (place leadership in parenthesis):
Invisible Children Club (3 years - Secretary)
GSA (2 years)
Human Rights Club (2 years)
Yoga and Aerobics (2 years)
Prefect in Sophomore Dorm (Junior year)
Thirds Soccer, Thirds Squash, JV Baseball (1 year each)
• Job/Work Experience: None
• Volunteer/Community service: 100+ hours at local library
• Summer Activities: Internship with Human Rights Attorney
• Essays: Good
• Teacher Recommendation: Good
• Counselor Rec: Good</p>

• State: NH (but I go to school in MA)
• Country: USA
• School Type: Top Tier Boarding School
• Ethnicity Caucasian
• Gender: Male
• Notes: Need a lot of financial aid</p>

<p>I'm interested in the following colleges:</p>

<p>Columbia University
Boston College
Colgate University
Oberlin College
George Washington University
Bard College
Macalester College
Occidental College
American University
Fordham University
Trinity College
Clark University
Hampshire College
Juniata College </p>

<p>If someone could tell me which ones are reaches, matches, and safeties, I'd really appreciate it!</p>


<p>Any ideas?</p>

<p>is my GPA too low?</p>

<p>Your GPA and SATs are two low for Columbia. But luckily all the other schools are in your range.</p>