Which Schools Should I Apply To?

<p>I live in Los Angeles, California
White Caucasian (Armenian)
Private School
Home Income: Middle Bracket
Majoring: Computer Science or Computer Engineering</p>

<p>Sat I: 1460, Math-740, Verbal-720 (highest score in class)
Sat II: Math IIC-670, Writing-690, U.S. History-700 (I'm taking my SAT II's again with Bio instead of History)
GPA Rank: 15/63
Highschool GPA Weighted: 3.877, Unweighted: have no clue
9th grade: 3.583, 10th grade: 3.882, 11th grade: 4.178
Most rigorous courseload possible at my school
AP classes taken: 10th-Art History, 11th-U.S. History, English Lang, 12th-Calculus, Government, English Lit
AP tests taken: Art History (4), U.S. History (4), World History (4), English Lang (3), Macroeconomics (3), Microeconomics (3) (Most AP's passed from my class)</p>

<p>Extracurricular Activities:
Academic Decathlon (USAD): 10th-12th grades, team captain 11th and 12th grade, have won 10th grade: 8 medals (6 gold), 11th grade:10 medals (7 gold), both in regionals.
LADWP Science Bowl: 11th grade, got recognition in regionals
Student Council: 9th grade: Class Representative, 10th grade: Class President
Science Fair: 9th grade: got recognition in regional science fair</p>

<p>My school doesn't have many activies to participate in.</p>

<p>Awards: AP Scholar with distinction </p>

<p>I guess that's about it. Which schools should i apply to and which would be a good fit for me? Do you think i can get any partial scholarships to some schools? Should apply to schools like Stanford and of that ranking?</p>

<p>I've got two words to say, Come On</p>

<p>So what do you guys think</p>

<p>bump! Bump!</p>

<p>uh huh! i think that you should apply to colleges!</p>

<p>you have 63 in your class or something?</p>

<p>Well, apparently you don't have much holding you back, so what are you worried about?</p>

<p>You should definitely visit the campuses that interest you, for one thing, and then decide on the pro's and con's of those places. There are numerous factors, but if you want to stay local to your house(hold), then really you have UCLA, USC..... LMU? </p>

<p>You basically give us criteria that pretty much has you covered but then again, if you don't get accepted to a school that you would ABSOLUTELY love to attend, then maybe you should re-consider and start at a 2-year college, gain some real world experience and volunteer.</p>

<p>anyone else?</p>

<p>BU and BC, UMich, UChicago, maybe even Cornell? Washington University? those are reaches but i think you have a decent shot at them</p>

<p>Its a very small school and the senior class is only 63 people</p>