Schools to apply to. HELP!!

<p>hi im kaeti and im from connecticut. Im a junior at a public high school as well as a science vocational school. I really need help on what school to apply to. pleasee(: here are my stats:</p>

<p>GPA unweighted: 3.9
Top 11%
Have taken 13 honors courses, one dual enrollment at UConn, and 6 College Prep classes most are As and 2 B- and a few Bs.</p>

<p>SAT: aiming for an 1800 or above taking in june.</p>

<p>Senior Classes:
AP Latin
AP Euro
Calc CP or Pre Calc CP depends if i take a summer course.
Philo Honors</p>

<p>Biotechnology honors
Physics honors
UConn Chemistry
UConn Oceanography</p>

<p>After School Activities:
Swim Team participant and manager
Softball team manager
wrestling manager
FFA secretary and hoping president
Leadership program
Multicultural program
Mission trips</p>

<p>400+ hours of community service.</p>

<p>Reach schools:
Adelphi University
Trinity College
Providence College
Boston University</p>

<p>Match Schools:
Dickinson College
Hampshire College
U Mass Amherst
University of New Hampshire
CUNY Lehman College
SUNY Binghamton
Temple University
Wheaton College</p>

<p>Safety Schools:
Rhode Island College
Hobart and William Smith College
Wagner College</p>

<p>so which schools should i apply too and what other schools do you have in mind? i like either small colleges or medium but boston is an exception aha I want to major in anthropology and it cant be out of the northeast!! </p>

<p>Please help me?!?!(:</p>

<p>ps. im white and am a first generation.</p>

<p>Bump?!?!?!!!!! :))))))))</p>

<p>i will chance back?!?!?!?(:</p>

<p>It's hard to tell without the final scores. I wouldn't have thought Adelphi and Providence college would be as reachy as Boston University and Trinity College. You might want to consider University of Vermont which is arguably slightly better than UMass UNH and smaller than UMass. Your grades are good---you should be able to get into those places with 1850 or so. If you like Dickinson, maybe look at other small Pennsylvania schools that might be slightly easier to get into. Ursinus, for example. Maybe Gettysburg and Muhlenberg----i can't remember which are the less selective ones. First generation helps a little. For the small schools that you are especially interested in, check whether they do interviews on campus. Some of them will care if you visited.</p>