<p>I have had an unusual high school experience, so I'm wondering if my college choices are acceptable. I'm a rising senior, and so far, I have been home-schooled, taken classes at a local private school (a small, very new high school), taken classes online on Florida Virtual School, and attended the local Community College. This means that I do not have a lot of information, such as class rank.</p>
Financial Aid: yes</p>
University of Florida
Florida State University
<p>I'm also strongly considering Vanderbilt and possibly Rhodes and Sewanee. Also, my grandfather attended Washington University. Would that help my chances there?</p>
<p>-Unweighted GPA: 4.0</p>
<p>-AP/honors courses: 6 APs
By the end of my senior year, I will have AP Biology, AP Spanish, AP English Literature, AP Government, AP Economics, and AP Calculus AB. These classes are/were the only APs available to me, and all of my other classes have been honors.</p>
<p>-SAT score- 1380/2070 (700 CR, 680 Math, 690 Writing) </p>
<p>-SAT II scores- have not taken yet</p>
<p>-ECs- I don't have a wide range of ECs. The school I have attended is new and doesn't have many organizations/clubs. I have gotten very involved with my current ECs, however.</p>
<p>Piano (12-13 years) with a few competitions and awards, but no huge awards.
Eagle Scout- I started up my own troop, so I have always been a leader in it.
Musical Theater (6 years)
Choir (2 years)
Dance (6 years)
Backpacking (2/3 years)</p>
I was hired for an IT job last year, but a wrist injury forced me out of the job.
Over the summer, I spent about 10 hours a week babysitting.
This year, I hope to volunteer at the local hospital, but this isn't a definite thing yet.</p>