Chances for Ivies?

<p>So far these are my stats.....</p>

<p>**<strong><em>If I can't get into any ivies, could i get into these?:</em></strong>*****
USC, Occidental, Pomona, Chapmen, U. San Diego, Harvey Mudd, Claremont Mckenna, UC. Davis??</p>

<p>9th Grade:
High JV/Low V Girls Tennis
Church Youth Group
Volunteer to help with a dance for Disabled Adults
Confirmation Completion
Child Care (6hrs/wk)
Volunteer at Dog-Grooming Center 3x/wk - 3hrs
Scholar Athlete
Honor Roll
Fashion Design Certificate of Competency
Church 1/hr/wk
Worked for Dad in investment business 4hrs/wk
5 tennis tournaments - Got to finals in 2 of them
3.8GPA UW</p>

<p>10th Grade:</p>

<p>Girls JV Tennis Team
Scholar Athlete
Honor Roll
Child Care 6x/wk
Girls JV Tennis League Champions
The Dory Club - Alzheimer's and Dementia
Tennis Team (non-school) - Open Level
Volunteer helping w/little kids at Sunday School 3hrs/month
Habitat For Humanity
Taught little Kids Tennis 3hrs/wk
Feed My Starving Children Program
(im planning on doing more volunteer work)</p>

<p>3.9 GPA (it might be a 4.0) UW</p>

<p>I plan on taking 5 APs overall with 2honors and getting good scores on the standardized tests </p>

<p>**<strong><em>If I can't get into any ivies, could i get into these?:</em></strong>*****
USC, Occidental, Pomona, Chapmen, U. San Diego, Harvey Mudd, Claremont Mckenna, UC. Davis??</p>

<p>Really no correlation between your extra curriculars, nor do you show dedication to any one specific thing. Ivy leagues are out of reach; as for the others, I'm not sure.</p>

<p>You are doing great for a Sophomore in high school (far better than I was, and I got admitted to an Ivy.) Keep up the good work, but to echo the sentiments of the previous poster, you should find ways to focus on a particular extracurricular pursuit that you are most passionate about. The first few years of high school should be about exploration, but as you get older, you may want to narrow down your commitments to what is most meaningful to you.</p>