I am currently a freshman at an extremely competitive Catholic high school in Cleveland.
I know it is very early for me to be posting, but the last couple weeks I have caught myself daydreaming about the subject of “college”. Any thought thoughts on my chances if I keep these stats where they are for four years will be greatly appreciated.</p>
Gpa: 3.8 (uw) 3.8 (w)- will hopefully have the weighted up near a 4. something out of 4.4 by senior year
Not enrolled in any honors classes freshman year. </p>
<p>Tentative sophmore year class schedule.
Honors English II
AP US History
Honors Latin II
Sophmore Service-Go to a neighborhood elementary school and tutor students. (my school is in a very poor section of Cleveland
Health II-no class possible in this subject
Theology-no honors class possible in this subject
Biology-no honors class possible in subject</p>
History of being an average standardized test taker. Will improve those skills over four years. Hoping for at least a 31 on ACT.</p>
will have be 2 year letter in basketball.
4 year letter in track
Student Senate-Freshman Class Representative
will be apart of Student Senate in AT LEAST some type of officer role for the next 3 years
4 years of Labre Ministry-go into Cleveland every Sunday night and feed the homeless.
4 years of Christian Action Team-Club that organizes events relating to the Corporal works of Mercy in our neighborhood and high school community.
2 years of Pallbearers Society-carry the caskets of those who have no family members living to carry it
4 years of Latin Club
4 years of Ignatian forLife-meet weekly and discuss pro life.
Write articles for student newspaper</p>
<p>will hopefully have some type of AT LEAST an officer position in all of these clubs</p>
<p>Essays:Have a few good ideas for topic-such as how the Jesuit education has affected me personally</p>
2 older brothers attended</p>
<p>So any comments on my chances if I keep these stats and EC’s where they are for a few years would be greatly appreciated.</p>