<p>Hey guys its me again. I got alot of great responses to my last post, and will hopefully get as many this time. I've decided on the 4+2 prgm. for architecture, i think it will give me some flexibility but also a good prep. for grad. school.
so, what schools should i be looking at based on...........</p>
Rural town (pop. 250, dont laugh too loud haha) in Arkansas
parents divorced (neither went to college) living w/ mom who makes $35000
working 5-15 hrs./week at a winery
catholic private bording/day school all guys (only attending because of Financial aid and scholarships)</p>
<p>senior classes: AP Stats, AP calculus, religion, journalism, physics honors, AP literature, us history honors
-----have also taken AP language and AP chem, Latin I and II, and all pre-requisite courses.
----4.0 grade avg (4.0 scale) may drop slighty this year due to AP Calc.
----rank 1/50-----should be valedictorian</p>
AP------4 on eng.lang. and chem.
SAT----730 writing, 600 math, 690 reading (hoping to bring up math to above 670 and reading over 720, but base replies off current score)
ACT----30, wanting above 32
SAT subj.----700 chem, 650 math II (not good!)</p>
SubiTones-10 guy elite choral group (5 hrs/week) outside of class
Cycling-ranked 3 in state,7-15 hrs/week
Leader and founder of church youth group (2 hrs/week)
Blue arrow (school admissions tour guide)
NHS, student council
varsity cross country captain
Columbian Squires (like knights of columbus)</p>
gold medals for Latin I,II and choir
various awards for basically every subject
2nd in state cycling road race</p>
<p>I like private schools but public is ok. I also want a school that is well-rounded, not just great at architecture. Thanks a ton guys, for this and my last post!</p>