Intro for Melosh3

Discussion in 'Introductions' started by Melosh3, Oct 21, 2010.

  1. Melosh3

    Melosh3 Member

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    Hey all, I have been reading for a while, and posted occasionally, but I realized I don't think I posted an intro yet, so here we go

    I'm currently a junior in high school (a very tough one, rated "Exemplary", aka the top rating in Texas) and I am getting good grades in probably medium difficulty classes, with very time consuming extra-cirriculars that have lots of leadership roles (Assistant Section Leader in Band, trying for Drum Major next year, and Technical theater, where I can be stage manager or crew head for every performance)

    I am hoping to go to one of the service academies, preferably USMA, but I would of course accept an appointment to any of them!

    If I dont get into an academy I will attend BYU A(F)ROTC and keep applying till I can not any more, and will be a commissioned officer in the end (hopefully)

    Anywho yeah! I am just getting through high school and working as hard as I can 'till I get there!
    I know i should enjoy high school, and I am, but I am getting a little bit of senioritus.

    Regards,
    Rob
     
  2. buff81

    buff81 Moderator

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    Welcome to the Forums!!
    Congratulations on your achievements so far and good luck as you begin the application process next year.
    Hopefully you have found the information here helpful so far.
    Ask questions - we are here to help!! :smile:
     
  3. Melosh3

    Melosh3 Member

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    Thank you! this forum is like, ridiculous with information, I usually look here first for information haha
     
  4. usna1985

    usna1985 USNA Alumnus

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    I think you'll find most of it to be accurate. Don't be afraid to ask questions . . . someone here is likely to have the answer.
     

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