Location: North Carolina
High School: Top HS in State, I believe the #1 public, not including charter schools/invite only
Ethnicity: Not Latino
Both parents attended at least 4 years of university.
Rank: 88/339 (My rank is an egregious summation of my rigor and success in my classes... effectively every student earned an "A" for this past year, both 1st and 2nd semesters. I had earned an A in all of my classes, and was comfortably on the way to end the year that way, but there's no way to show this through my statistics.)
ACT: 34 comp
World History - 3 (not planning on reporting)
AB Calc - 4
Chemistry - 5
Lang - 5
President of my town’s Youth Council - basically coordinate liaison positions to town council meetings and also volunteer opportunities
Starting December 2019, have been working between 12-20 hours during the school week at a bakery
4 year varsity athlete - going to be a captain this year, assuming we have a season
Model UN - not that notable... attended a few conferences
Leadership Role/Founding member of “Veteran’s Club”
Played club soccer for 10 years
Volunteered weekly to build/repair computers and teach students how to use them
Peer Tutor at school
Currently I have two confirmed, I'm under a confident assumption both will be, at the risk of sounding ignorant (it's hard to judge something with numbers that is in writing, and has also not even happened yet), 8/10 or above
Spanish Teacher: should be pretty good, he knows me well and he's extremely personable.
English Teacher: his class was extremely engaging, and he's read a lot of my writing, we got to know each other very well.
My list (I don't have a good idea of what are reaches, matches, safeties):
UNC-Chapel Hill (in-state), Clemson, University of Georgia, University of Richmond, Duke, UVA
If you have any advice, I'd appreciate it, whether that is a school you think I'd be well-fit for, or classifying the schools I have listed.
If it's important to you, I am interested in Business (International Business/Finance) and Data Analysis (something related to Economics and Artificial Intelligence...)