If sophmores are asking if they're on the right track...

<p>...why can't a freshman? Haha, I know I am a total nerd to be "chancing" myself (not really chances, as I just what to see in which areas I can make myself better) as a freshman, but I embrace my nerdiness. Humor me, please.</p>

<p>Current GPA: 4.0 uw
Taking 2 APs this year (Vergil and US History), projected A's in all my classes.
Currently an MYP student, going to go into the IB Programme.</p>

<p>Classes for next Year:
MYP English 10
Math SL
AP Government
AP Art History
AP Human Geography

Debate (currently going to regionals) (Several awards from tournaments)
Writer for the local newspaper
Secretary of the Invisible Children (charity) club
IB Student Organization
Latin Club and Honor Society (several awards from a convention)
Writer for the school newsletter
On my library's teen council
Linguistics Olympiad (28th out of 800 open round, moving on to invitational round)
Volunteer at local aquarium
Book club</p>

Founder of and counselor at a summer day camp for young children
Volunteer at aquarium, zoo, children's hospital, and with a presidental campaign
Work as a lifeguard
Possible volunteering in Spain
Intern with my local political party</p>

<p>Next year I hope to have a Young Democrats (working on it now) and a Linguistics Club founded at my school. </p>

<p>Okay guys, what do I need to work on? Looking at my list, what would you think I wanted to be or go into? Ahh, I know I am a freak and thinking wayyyy far ahead to be posting this now, but that's just who I am. Please don't berate me for it--I already know it's crazy.</p>

<p>well, you're definitely definitely on the right track, but a LOT can happen between now and the end of junior year. After all, there's nothing no one can say about your GPA right now, and your coursework looks great. Your clubs and initiative looks good. I think you'll do absolutely fine.</p>


<p>Just forgot to add:</p>

<p>PSAT (9th grade) 221
ACT (8th grade) 32</p>

<p>I was recognized by Johns Hopkins (talent search) as the highest reading score (36) in the nation.</p>

<p>You look like your on the right track. You should join a sport or two.</p>

<p>she said she did crew</p>

<p>I am just waiting for some middle schooler to come on this website...</p>

<p>Your gpa is really weak. Get some safeties.</p>

<p>Right track for what? Yeah, everyone here thinks you can get into college. If you want to ask about any specific colleges, this is definitely not enough info to go off of.</p>

<p>whoa. umm, i wish i was that epic. AP Latin 4 as a freshman is REALLY impressive.</p>

<p>"PSAT (9th grade) 221
ACT (8th grade) 32"</p>

<p>holy god...
i think you can consider all top schools if you have all that stuff freshmen year...you stand out already omg</p>

<p>(In regards to another thread @ the OP)</p>

<p>You're impressed by me? Look... we need to come up with an idea to win Intel and a Nobel Prize and we'll be all set. </p>

<p>As for me.... will you guys do the same for me.... I don't want to make another thread to clutter the chances thread.</p>

<p>I've had a very stressful Freshman year, and I struggled 1st semester. However, now I'm really enjoying it, and I have all A's. (Except I think I had a Final grade of a 92 in Algebra II because my mom had a mini-stroke when I was really behind and I had to do 80% of the course in 3 days.) I have 5 honors classes (AB schedule) 1 online Honors class (1 semester) and 1 online AP class (year-long).</p>

<p>1st Semester:
Honors World History
Honors English
Honors Writing
Honors Engineering
Honors Apps of Science
Algebra II online Standard (Not offered honors)

<p>2nd Semester:
Honors World History
Honors English
Honors Writing
Honors Engineering
Honors Apps of Science
Honors Pre-cal

<p>EC's and awards ect.:
1Captain and founder Science Olympiad chapter
2.Member Strategic boards club
3.Member Christian fellowship
4.Advisory member of Art Club
5.Black belt Tae Kwon Do
6.Mayor's youth council school representative
7.Church Youth group member
8.Church Handbell choir
9.School science fair representative
10.County Science fair: Technology 1st place
11.Member of local think tank
12.Summer science Olympiad Science fair forensics 3rd place
13.Front page of local paper in conjunction with school opening
14. Varsity Golf
15. School-wide student of the month
16. Youth Legislative Assembly Delegate on the Substance abuse committee</p>

<p>I'm currently waiting to see if I placed in anything in our recent Science Olympiad competition.</p>

<p>I'm currently looking at UNC-CH (like quadruple legacy and related to first student), Duke (Legacy), MIT, Harvard, and Stanford.
I'm still not sure what I'd like to do.</p>

<p>Possible interesting things:
Both parents are disabled and mentally ill
The medical bills make it hard for us to afford many things</p>

<p>Things I'm currently considering:
Teen Court attorney
State organization Parlimentarian
President and founder computer club
mayor's youth council parlimentarian
Voulnteer at county library over the summer
Medal(s) at Regional science olympiad
State Summer Senate page
State Summer Legislative page
State Summer Governor's Page</p>

<p>I'm currently trying to join the board of a local nonprofit that is connected with a mental institution and I'm looking to join a state department advisory council. I've also been planning ahead and hope to have a very important educational person help me to be appointed as the Student adviser to the state board of education.... </p>

<p>Projected next years courses:
AP Psych (Year-long) online
AP Calculus BC (Year-long) online
AP Computer Science AB (Year-long) online
AP Gov (Year-long) online
Chemistry Dual-enrollment
Biology Dual-enrollment
French Dual-enrollment
French lab Dual-enrollment</p>

<p>I'll also be applying to a state magnet school next year people tell me I'm very likely to get in. (21% acceptance rate for my district.) </p>

<p>Any ideas would be helpful... are any of the above listed schools "out of my league?"</p>

<p>"I am just waiting for some middle schooler to come on this website..."</p>

<p>lol, that would be me :D</p>

<p>anyways, wow...I think both of you are definitely on the right track.
to be having those classes and accomplishments during your freshman year is impressive. I dont really know very much about this, taking the fact that I am just an 8th grader, but I think you are doing really good.</p>