Hello, I’m sorry to post another ‘what are my chances’ question but I really need the advice of someone who has dealt with homeschooled applicants. I’ve just started my senior year, and although my grades so far have been A’s except for one B+, I have very few extracurricular activities and, barring the fact that I’m the eldest of four siblings, no leadership experience. However, I have held two jobs as an organist, first for a retirement community chapel, and then for a Lutheran church. For sports, I’m taking tennis lessons, training for my first 5k race in January, and playing ultimate Frisbee with a group from my church. Except for my job, I don’t have transportation, so I’m trying to be creative and find extracurricular activities that I can do from my home. So far I’ve started knitting hats and scarves to be donated to Operation Gratitude, which sends them to active duty and overseas military personnel. I’m also going to volunteer as a poll worker at a polling place near my home. My SAT scores are 720-Reading, 710-Writing, and 520-Math, and I’ll be retaking in January. I’ll be applying to USNA next year and simultaneously attending junior college during the summer and fall. Does anyone have any advice or suggestions for me, especially in the area of sports and leadership? I’m really serious about making the navy a career, but based on the records of other candidates it doesn’t seem to me that I have much of a chance of getting into USNA. Thank you.