My chance?

<p>I am a junior, and I live in Virginia. I really want to go to Stanford University, but I don't know if I am on the right track. </p>

<p>Gender: Female
Race: African American
GPA: 3.97 uw
I took 3 honors classes (math in my freshman year and biology and math in my sophomore year- no available honors courses for other subjects)
Junior Courses: All honors and APs courses (USH and psychology) but one elective and one extra class before school
Senior Courses: Plan to take 5 APs courses, one honor course and
one elective</p>

-Karate (national competitor- 3 hours per week)- 9,10
-Tutoring (2 hours per week)- 9,10
-Youth Extending Service - volunteering and doing community service- 9,10
I just tranferred from one state to another, so my new school has different clubs and organizations; also, I tried to find karate school to continue my lessons but I couldn't
-Science Club-11
-Chess Club- 11
-National Youth Leadership Forum on Medicine (one full week in Boston)-10
Next year, I hope to do some research with a professional and go to a special program, maybe like Governor's School, Stanford's Gifted Program or RSI, or take courses at a college</p>

<p>Community Services:
200+ hours
Habitat for Humanity, Sharing and Caring Hands, Sleep Bob (helping homeless people find a place to sleep in), Adopt-A-Highway, Study Buddies with elementary kids, Inter Reach (donating food to the homeless people), volunteering at the hospital during the summer (10)</p>

-A venture scholar
-National Society of High School Scholars
-Straight A's honor rolls for 2 years
-Karate Summer Program Award
-President's Gold Student Service Award (given to students who volunteers over 100 hours)</p>

<p>Looking good. Don't forget your SATs.</p>