<p>Hi, it's junior year and I've recently been seriously contemplating my options for where I will spend the next 4 (possibly more) years of my life. I'm taking Environmental Science this year, and I absolutely love the class, although this is true with all the sciences. I also do quite well for myself in them. It's prompted me to seriously consider Environmental Law for my major, as I've wanted to be a lawyer for quite some time too. I'm not sure whether this is my final decision, but it will most definitely be either this or a field of science. The amount of money made in the profession is also a big factor for me, because I honestly feel like I would enjoy the majority of them. I'm aware this is pretty vague in some ways, but I'll list some statistics and hopefully I could get some ideas.
I've considered Lewis and Clark College, but quite honestly it doesn't seem to be very prestigious and I almost feel like it wouldn't be good enough for me. Thanks so much, guys.</p>
<p>My weighted GPA is ~3.85 (it will drop slightly this semester, I've slacked more than my norm)
Haven't taken an SAT in highschool.
My ACT score was a 35.</p>
<p>I’ve taken 2 AP classes:
<p>I’m currently taking 3 AP classes as a junior
AP Literature and Composition
AP Environmental Science</p>
<p>I'm in Project Lead the Way at my school, an engineering program. My particular school has a partnership with Ford for the Next Generation Learning Program. I love the math and theory behind it all, but the more hands-on pieces tend to bore me. For instance I tried to join Robotics, but frankly couldn't be bothered.</p>
<p>I'm the captain of my school's chess team. I love chess and play outside of school, winning multiple trophies.
Active Ecology Club member. I have started this only this year. I recognize the changes we need to make to the environment and enjoy doing my part, but I'm not a total activist "nut-job" and am still not decided on my career.
Afterschool tutoring of underclassmen.</p>
<p>I've participated in the Duke TIP program, and also VAMPY (studied physics for 3 weeks at WKU). Absolutely loved the physics, btw. Along with this, I received a grant of a few thousand dollars to be able to travel with the WKU center for gifted studies to Europe, which i would consider an honor. I have no allegiances to WKU...</p>
<p>Thankyou so much for any and all help.</p>