- US Citizen
- Rural Ohio
- Small Private School
- Male, White and Latino
- Applying for ROTC and NROTC scholarships (schools are aware and I have already interviewed at several), legacy at WashU
Intended Major(s) Political Science and Math
GPA, Rank, and Test Scores
- Unweighted HS GPA: 3.95
- Weighted HS GPA (incl. weighting system): 4.35/5.0 (.33 weighting for honors and 0.67 for APs).
- College GPA 4.0 (Dual Enrollment
- Class Rank: 2/42
- ACT/SAT Scores: 1560 (780M 780V)
APs: Calc BC, Physics C, French, Econ, Chemistry, English Lit, Computer Science A
DE: Financial and Managerial Accounting, American Gov, Intro to Psych, Bioethics, Linear Algebra, Calc III -Designed independent study class on political philosophy
Hardest possible schedule every year.
Awards Harvard Book Award, Eagle Scout, some regional awards from various orgs and major school awards
JSA: Was a national director last year and will possibly be again this year
National Director at another similar organization (withholding for identifying details)
Eagle Scout, Order of the Arrow Chapter Chief (300 people in chapter), member of the council board of directors where I planned some major events and led a program that got scholarships for Eagle Scouts at 15 local universities.
Spend 5 hours a week on a research project utilizing machine learning to identify markers of depression in social media posts.
Academic Challenge: Team Captain/President and won regional tournament (some awards)
Mock Trial: Team Captain, and ranked top 10 at states (some awards)
MUN: won a couple of gavel awards early in high school
4 Year Varsity XC and two-year team captain
Was a part of student council for two years but did a lot more organizing on my own. I led a fundraiser last year that raised $14,000 for a local food bank and created a mentorship program between our middle school and high school.
Going through EMT-B school right now
All Recs will be 9/10 or 10/10. Essays are 9/10.
Cost Constraints / Budget
Plan to have full-tuition ROTC or NROTC scholarship
- Safety *
OSU (In-state EA), University of Alabama (EA)
- Likely (would be possible, but very unlikely or surprising, for it not to admit or be affordable)
-University of Michigan (EA),UNC Chapel Hill (EA), William and Mary, Emory, Boston College
-Notre Dame, West Point, Naval Academy, Swarthmore, Tufts, WashU
Harvard (REA), Yale, Stanford, Duke, Northwestern, Brown, UPenn