Small,very competitive high school. It is a health science school with pre-chosen, ALL advanced placement classes. I have so far taken 5 classes taught out of AP books including world and us history, physics, chemistry. I have take 5 college-credit courses</p>
<p>Major: Educational Studies</p>
<p>Personal: I have a learning disability in math. Attending my school is a constant struggle because numbers do not come naturally to me. I have overcome many obstacles to be able to show my strengths and intelligence. My verbal skills, on an SAT scale are in the 750's, while math is in the 500's.
I speak three languages: English, French, Spanish.</p>
GPA: 88% out of 100%, we have QPA's, everything is unweighted. The equivalent would be 3.6 I think</p>
<p>SATs: 1900, hoping to raise a bit. Math brought me down
APs: AP Lit, AP European History</p>
<p>Course load: All honors, several college courses.</p>
<p>My jobs are : YMCA as a swim instructor to children 3-13 years old for 3 years, and the only girl of 6 technology interns at my high school. First student from the health science school to be picked.
Have played french horn for 9.5 years
Marching Band VERY COMPETITIVE (9,10,11,12) Leadership position
New Jersey Youth Symphony (9,10) VERY SELECTIVE
CJMEA Regional Orchestra for 6 years. Very competitive
Jazz lab, not that big a deal, (9,10,11,12)
French Club (multilingual) (9,10,11)
Relay For Life Team Captain</p>
Essays: Done. All are fantastic.
Teacher Recs: All will be great. Chose my teachers carefully.
Guidance Counselor Recs: Close for her, will get a good one.</p>
Girl Scout Gold Award
High honor roll
CJMEA regional orchestra 4 years
Played at Carnegie Hall in 2013</p>