Hello, and before I launch into a wall of text, thank you for reading this! (Also, sorry if this is in the wrong section/forum, this is my 1st post) I am a junior in high school trying to find out information about the Army ROTC and HPSP route to get through college and medical school. I want to know whether this is possible, the best thing to do, and also the best thing for me (any other advice would be nice too!). I'll give a little info about me to help you guys in answering. I currently have a 4.1 GPA, and am in the top 50 of my school. I'm taking all the AP classes I can take (Physics, Calculus, US History, English, etc), and I am doing fine in them. I scored a 1330 on the SAT and I am planning on retaking for a higher score. I'm also currently enrolled in my schools AFJRTOC program if that means anything. Next year I'll be starting working towards my EMT certification through my schools dual-enrollment program with a local community college, although I'll have to finish it up the summer of my senior year at night school. My dream is to be a Emergency Medicine Physician for the U.S. military. My family has lots of military history (although mostly Navy) and I have no qualms about having to repay a lot of time to the Army. I want to serve, and I want to serve in medicine, I'm just trying to figure out the best schools, and the best way to go about it. Thanks in advance for all the advice!