I was wondering if I’m currently a competitive applicant for the USNA.
I’m currently a junior, and here are my stats:
Took English 9, Algebra 1, World History 1, Bio, Entrepreneurship, Sociology of Law
I was also part of the varsity girls basketball team, rock climbed weekly, did dance classes (and performances)
I locally volunteer and participated in many programs at my local animal shelter, where I still volunteer today
I maintained a 4.0 gpa (sadly without AP’s since my old school didn’t offer them)
Took English 10, Algebra 2, World History 2, Physics, and also got myself an internship I attended during the year.
I continued to be part of the varsity basketball team, and continued to dance, continued to rock climb, and continued to volunteer. During the school year, I got many amazing opportunities that other High Schoolers were unable to have. For example, the local animal shelter invited to become a full time volunteer (which is usually for 18+ people. But they made an exception for me which makes me the first ever minor!)
I asked the internship coordinator to continue the internship for other people at my school, and she did. So, I assume that counts as leadership?
I also maintained a 4.0 gpa (no AP’s since they weren’t offered)
Transferred schools to junior college (half HS half college classes)
The school is pretty selective, as there are only 35 kids in my whole junior class (105 in the whole school, with freshman not being allowed)
Since it’s on a college schedule, my classes only last a semester
Currently taking- (High School) Honors US history, college prep class, Financial Literature
and college Algebra/Precalc, college English, college health
Since as a highschooler I’m not allowed to participate in college sports teams, I took it upon myself to keep physically fit.
I go to a trainer every week, and run multiple miles, do push-ups, sit-ups, burpees, and pull-ups 5-6 times a week.
Next semester I plan to take High school Honors English, Ethnic studies and college prep. For college I plan to take lots of sports/training including: basketball class, dance (I’ve done dance for 13 years, so I think if I continue it can show commitment), Fire Agility, Chemistry (with lab) and Pre-calculus/trig
My current weighed gpa is 4.11
And my unweighted in 4.95
I also do parliamentary debate and have competitions throughout the whole year
There’s a club basketball team I’m going to try out for in March, but am keeping up with my skills through my trainer.
I plan to apply and attend Girls State in the year 2020
I haven’t taken the SAT/ACT yet, but my PSAT score from last year wasn’t the best
Knowing this, do I have a good chance of getting in? How can I up my chances?