improving in high school

<p>I have a question about how colleges view someone whos grades and course selection has improved in high school as he/she has grown. When I was a Freshman I was somewhat disinterested in school so my unweighted GPA was a 90 with only 2 honors classes. As a sophmore I took 3 honors classes and an AP and my unweighted GPA went to a 93. This year I am a Junior with 4 AP classes, and 1 Honors course and my unweighted GPA is a 94 currently. If I keep on this trend of improvement, will colleges notice and maybe take that into consideration in admissions?</p>

<p>yea same.</p>

<p>freshman year:4.0
sophomore year: 4.17
junior year: 5.0</p>

<p>me too.
Freshman 2.83
sophomore: 4.00
Junior: 4.80</p>

<p>some colleges (Stanford is one) don't even consider freshman grades.</p>

<p>They definitely like to see an upward trend in grades and difficulty of classes you take.</p>


4.9 (as of now)</p>


<p>Frosh: 3.5, 4.0
Sophmore: 4.14, 4.42
Junior (now): 4.5 (I think/hope), (hopefully) 4.52</p>