Hello. My name is Blue Bear and I'd like to start with introducing myself. I am a (South) Korean-American with citizenships in both countries. Here are my stats: Freshman year: First semester: 6 A's 1 B Second semester: 7 A's Sophomore year: First semester: 6 A's 1 B Second semester: 5 A's 2 B's Junior year: First semester (expected): 7 A's My first SAT was a 2000 flat but I plan to take it again as I was not in my beat condition that day and have passed 2100 in mock exams. I know I'm in the top 15℅ at my school and have confidence I am even higher than just that. At school I do: Speech and Debate: I was a State(CA) Tournament Competition who placed 1st in local and 4th at regionals. Track and Field: junior varsity long distance runner. I have an overflowing passion for running, yet my strength is not in being the fastest. This coming season, I hope to take on a short distance relay, where I feel I will do better. Cross country: same as above AJROTC: I have accumulated many CIC positions and awards from placing in tournaments. I am a 2nd Lieutenant and am also a Company Commander and S5, expecting to be XO next year. President and Founder of Hands for Technology: a club that focuses on building or repairing budget computers from scraps National Honor Society member Triathlete: competed in numerous triathlons, and awarded titles: in one, 4th place overall and 1st place I'm age division. In another, 3rd place in age division. I am a Devil Pups top graduate: after spending 10 days at Camp Pendleton's youth endurance program, I completed the physical exams in the top 5℅ I received the Presidential Gold Service Award along with individual recognitions from a California Assembly member. But most of all, I am a dual citizen for South Korea(SK requires all males to serve in the military) and am not willing to give up my citizenship unless I have no other choice. First of all, how am I doing in terms of my chances of being accepted to USAFA or USNA? MORE IMPORTANTLY, is there ANY chance I can keep it and serve in the US Service Academy instead of South Korea's military? Has it been done before? Is there a chance? Can I POSSIBLY turn this into an essay topic or set myself apart from other candidates through this trait? For example... Something like... "I am a Korean-American. Not a Korean; not an American; but a Korean-American." Thank you.