I am looking into some feedback on if I am on the right course as a Junior. (I have read the admissions information on the forum). To start with, I am a junior in high school, I have over a 4.0 weighted GPA, captain of the girls varsity tennis team as a junior (unheard of in my school), varsity in javelin and discus, part of many clubs (couple of which I am on the board). By the end of my high school career I will be first singles in tennis for all four years and varsity track for three since I only started throwing sophomore year. I am also a member of the math honor society, will be part of the NHS, and hopefully spanish honor society. All of the classes since freshman year have been honors or AP (except electives that I had no choice) and I have maintained straight As (except for a B+ in honors english freshman year). I have not taken the SAT's yet, but am obviously planning on taking them a multiple of times this year, and will probably also take ACT. I did receive a not so great score: 650 verbal and 620 on math on the PSAT last year so it was not the official PSAT (shocking cause I'm a math and science person) My AP courses this year are: AP Biology, AP English, and AP History. Next year I am hoping to take AP English, AP Statistics, AP Calculus BC, and AP Chemistry, but it depends on scheduling cause it is really bad in my school. For example, I was stuck with taking Child Development this year. It makes me feel like I'm being punished for taking honors courses. In addition, I am also going to start a club in the near future called Aid For Military in order to raise funds and supply care packages for our military, and hopefully organize a way to have a discussion with some veterans at the school, etc. Finally, I have received a class rank for this year: 3/469. I do not know if this is a good rank comparable to other midshipman accepted. I belong to a public school in NJ where 99% of the class goes on to either a 4 year or 2 year college (not sure if that means anything). Thank you in advance for any replies. I also apologize for the long post.