Chances for UVA, Kenyon, USC and some others

<p>I am a white male from the suburbs of NJ and want to double major in Economics and math with a focus in statistics.</p>

<p>ACT: 32 composite (31 reading 31 science 31 writing 33 math) only took it once and retaking in December
SAT: 1960 super score (670 Reading 650 Writing 640 Math), best composite was 650/640/650</p>

<p>GPA: 92.811 out of 100, my school does not wait
AP Classes: 3 senior year (AP Calc A/B, AP Statistics, AP Biology) 1 Junior year (AP Chem)
Had 3 years of Spanish
All courses at my school at taught at a base honors level
My school does not rank
My school, The Academy for Allied Health Sciences, is ranked one of the top in the state if that helps or not.
Made at least honor roll every marking period</p>

4x Varsity Lacrosse, Senior Captain
Boy scouts since kindergarten, Eagle Scout, Scout Scholar Athlete Award Winner
2x Cross Country Varsity
Volunteer coach/mentor younger kids for lacrosse
3x Health Occupation Students of America
2x French Club
2x Future Business Leader of America</p>

<p>Summer job at a bagel place working 50+ hours a week</p>

<p>For my common App essay I wrote about how B.S.A does not allow members to be openly gay and how it is an issue. Also for the shorter essay I learned through building a patio for my school as an eagle scout project.</p>

<p>Letters of Rec: Both of my teachers and guidance counselor told me they wrote me glowing letters of recommendation so lets just hope they are really good.</p>

<p>My number 1 is Kenyon College because I fell in love with the school and wanted to play lacrosse there but financially it will be a stretch. I will have the coaches support in admission.</p>

<p>College Choices:
Kenyon College
University Wisconsin- Madison
University of Virginia
Seton Hall University
University of Miami
Norte Dame
College of William and Mary

<p>I know some of these schools recommend SAT IIs but I did not take them.</p>

<p>I feel like I am heavy on reach low on target schools any suggestions?</p>

<p>How about Delaware? That could be a match.</p>