<p>I recently found out that a student in my school who is a state-ranked (nationally ranked?) football player committed to Harvard in December. Mind you, this is the same kid who, from 9th to 11th grade, took 2 AP classes (stats, comp. politics) and maybe 1 honors classes (in my HS, 11th grade English is split between regular, middle, hard - he took the middle).
I do not know his senior class schedule, although i doubt it would be much of an impact this far down the road.</p>
<p>Note: I did not apply to Harvard. I'm just slightly enraged that someone who has not worked academically as hard as someone else nor has the competence of someone smarter than him is more likely to get accepted to the #1 school in the country.</p>
<p>What are your thoughts?</p>
<p>i will post his sophomore schedule (from facebook if demanded by enough people)</p>