Chances for competitive liberal arts?

<p>I am a rising senior in Nevada considering the following schools:</p>

University of Colorado, Boulder</p>


<p>4.0 GPA unweighted, 4.65 GPA weighted
7 AP classes by graduation, 4 college courses
Class Rank 1/350
National Merit Recognition (Not sure what kind yet)</p>

<p>Scores: </p>

<p>SAT: 680 (CR), 710 (M), 670 (W); Comprehensive: 2060 (Working to improve to 2150-2250 range for October SAT)
Taken ACT and SAT IIs but haven't received scores.</p>


H English 1-2
H Algebra 3-4
H Biology
Spanish 1-2
Advanced Orchestra</p>

H English 3-4
H Trigonometry/ Pre-Calc
H Chemistry
AP European History (AP Score: 5)
Spanish 3-4
Chamber Orchestra</p>

AP English 5-6
AP Calculus AB
H Physics
AP US History
H Spanish 5-6
Chamber Orchestra</p>

AP English 7-8
AP Physics
AP Government
Chamber Orchestra
Calculus 2-3 at a community college
Astronomy/Philosophy (1st sem/2nd sem) at a community college</p>

<p>I also completed various required PE and Computer Lit courses during the summer.</p>

<p>Extra-Curriculars (By end of senior year):
(In school)
National Honor Society
Academic Olympics, 3 years; President, 1 year
Philosophy Club, 3 years; Co-president, 2 years
Science Bowl, 2 years
Chamber Orchestra, 3 years; Section Leader, 2 years
(Out of school)
Private Cello Lessons, 8 years
Youth Symphony Orchestra, 4 years; First chair, 1 year
Honor Orchestra, 4 years; First desk, 3 years
Solo & Ensemble, 6 years; 10 Superiors
Command Performance at State Level for solo
Yoga, 4 years
Silks, 1 year
Hoping to get an engineering internship next semester</p>

Special Olympics Volunteer
Reno Philharmonic Youth Quartet (Raises money for the Phil by playing for sponsors)
Habitat for Humanity, 1 year
Library Volunteer, 1 year</p>

<p>Work Experience:
Paid Cello Gigs (Plays, operas, tableaus, etc.)
Quilt Show Worker, 2 summers</p>

<p>I know Stanford is a reach, but Swarthmore, Vassar, Middlebury, and Oberlin seem possible. Whitman and UC are my safeties. Chance me? :]</p>