top notch college chances?

<p>I am wondering if i can get into Vanderbilt (My school had 5 kids go there last year), UNC, Virginia, Georgetown, Notre Dame or Colgate. I have already been accepted to Indiana and Purdue. I would be thankful for opinions. Here is how i fit the bill:</p>

<p>GPA-3.72 unweighted (straight A's freshman year, then went to nationally ranked high school sophmore year (gpa dropped down), moved to a different school, in which i am now considered key leader and scholar, gpa improved back)
3 AP Euro
3 AP US History
3 AP English
Planning to take: AP Gov., AP Lit., AP Calculus
700 SAT II History</p>

<p>15 college credit classes: History(6), English(3), Writing Analysis(3), Political Science(3)</p>

SAT-1800 (670 Math, 550 Reading, 580 Writing)</p>

<p>Native Language: Bulgarian (fluent)
Second Language: Macedonian (read and write)
Third Language: English (fluent)
Currently studying Spanish</p>

<p>EXC's in school-
Varsity Soccer (15 hrs. a week)
Varsity Football (10-15 hrs. a week)
2 Years on Fellowship of Christian Athletes (1 hr.)
Joining National Honor Society in winter this year</p>

<p>EXC's out of school-
Cycling(15 hrs. a week)
Grassroots leader (1-3 hrs. a week)</p>

<p>Normally your low SAT scores in reading and writing would hurt your chances. But you can submit your ACT instead (it's the equivalent of a 1830 score). Also, given that English is not your native language and yet you've still gotten great grades in high school--and have already completed 15 units of college, this should help your chances at Vanderbilt tremendously (along with the 6 AP courses).</p>

UNC--Slight Reach (out-of-state)
Virginia--Slight Reach (out-of-state)
Georgetown--depends on your interview in my opinion (see their website for details)
Notre Dame--Match

<p>P.S. Note what I said--submit your ACT score, not your SAT scores to these schools.</p>

<p>Good luck.</p>