I'm worried that my low unweighted GPA may put me out of the running for ED, although my SAT, the fact I'm a URM, legacy (grandfather), and my ECs may make up for it- thoughts?
SAT: 1530: 750 R/W 780 M
SAT II: 790 Math II
Waiting for scores back on Literature, and Spanish - I predict I'll get 700+ on both
GPA: 4.64 Weighted
3.76 Unweighted (yikes) --> Have taken entirely IB/AP/Honors classes (besides Health and PE) throughout high school, so B's coming from those more challenging classes, and are almost exclusively in the STEM areas, which I do not want to go into at all, although my academic record has been fairly consistent thus far.
AP/IB: AP Spanish- 5, AP Language- 5
Awards: National Hispanic Recognition Program (applied, and had a phone call with someone who works there who said that I have "an extremely high chance")
Model UN: 10, 11(Director of Fundraising), 12(President)
Young Democrats: 10, 11(Director of Communications), 12(President)
Varsity Debate: 11, 12(Captain)
Baseball Team: 9, 10(Varsity)
Intern with the Democratic Party in my county- worked on local house rep's campaign, local senators campaign, and
Hilary's campaign (was for about 6 months)
Research Assistant at a Political Science research lab at the flagship University in my state (11, 12)
Intern at a national nonprofit- worked on their state legislative and congressional lobbying team
Appointed by my District's Board of Education to be the Chair of Student Committee to interview applicants for superintendent job at my district when our old superintendent left
Volunteer at a local community center helping to tutor and educate low-income Hispanic youth (150+ hrs)
Counselor - will be fairly average, nothing special
Spanish Teacher and sponsor of club I am president of- will be great, 10/10
Lang Teacher- will also be great, loves me, and got a 5 on the corresponding AP test
State (if domestic applicant): CO
School Type: Public, extremely competitive
Hooks: URM- Hispanic, Legacy --> Grandfather attended.