What range of schools should I be looking at?

<p>Here's my basic resume as a rising Senior who has only taken the SAT once and has not taken the ACT. I plan on taking the SAT at least one more time, probably 2 more, and the ACT once. I take the most rigorous course possible at a pretty good high school (6 APs by the time I graduate). Also, I am hispanic (full; not born here -- immigrant parents).</p>

<p>SAT: 1960 (700 CR, 630 MATH, 630 essay)</p>

<p>I'm pretty confident I can raise my score to around a 2100, maybe 2200. I did not study at all the first time I took it, but I'm studying pretty hard for it now.</p>

<p>3.9 GPA (unweighted -- all honor core classes; 6 APs by the time I graduate)
Class Rank: 24 out of 335 or so
EC: Varsity soccer (3 year letter; possibly a captain next season), club soccer, member of local Latin American Association, NHS, volunteer/counselor at SUPERATE camp, which is for young latino students, volunteer referee for YMCA rec league, volunteer with my school's soccer camp, plan to Intellectual/Philosophical club next year.</p>

<p>Also, I'm a pretty good writer, and I have a lot draw on for my essays considering my background, so I feel that will help my application.</p>

<p>Anyways, what range of schools should I be looking at (specific schools)? And what can I do to strengthen my profile?</p>

<p>Look at UChicago, Northwestern, and maybe Notre Dame?</p>

<p>I should add that I live in Georgia, but I have no interest in going to any school here, or in the south for that matter (except for schools in Florida).</p>

<p>Even though they are in the south, you may want to add UVA and Duke. They'd be reaches, but attainable with a higher SAT.</p>

<p>What are my chances at schools such as:</p>

George Washington