I'm currently ending my junior year and was wondering if someone could help with finding "match" schools worth applying to. I'm a FL resident, interested in applying both in-state and OOS. I apologize if this is a lot of information.. I'm very anxious for application season and would really appreciate any advice.
GPA: 3.9 unweighted and 4.6 weighted
SAT: studying for August to get a 1400 superscore.
AP's: Psychology, English Language, US History
First Generation + Jamaican-Chinese and Hispanic
Income Bracket: ~50-60k (I live with a single parent)
*I am set to take pre-calc honors in senior year (followed standard Algebra 1 > Geometry > Algebra 2 > Pre-Calculus route), but I know it will lessen my competitiveness and I really want a taste of calculus before attending college. I read that it was important if I'm interested in medicine or CS, so I'm taking pre-calc over the summer to start AP Calculus AB during senior year. Below is my schedule for more context.
AP US History
AP Language and Composition
Algebra 2 Honors
Anatomy Physiology Honors
Economics with Financial Literacy Honors (Only counts for 0.5 credits. I'm taking this one out of personal interest)
AP Calculus AB
AP Computer Science Principles
AP US Government/Economics Honors or AP Statistics (haven't decided yet)
~ Piano (9-12. I don't have certifications/awards, but piano and recital preparation takes up a lot of my time)
~ Founder and President of Philosophy Club (11-12)
~ Member (11) and Historian (12) for mental-health awareness club
~ Junior Advisory Board for a non-profit organization focused on global hunger/homelessness (11-12). I represent this organization at various meetings and participate in a lot of advocacy events.
*Community Service/Volunteer Camp (10)
*Girls Who Code (11)
*President Service Award, Silver (volunteering)
*Volunteer of the Game Award (volunteer camp)
*NCTE Writing Award
300 volunteer hours