Hello, I have known I wanted to be in the military for as long as I can remember. From about middle school I have wanted to attend a service academy, and the one that was always on my mind was the Naval Academy. But, high school has not went the way I dreamed it would, it has been good, but probably not service academy good. So I have been looking at the ROTC scholarships, and I think they might be my only hope of fufilling my dream. I talked to the Marine Recruiter last year, and he said the Marines do not care about major (even though its part of NROTC) which is good because I want to be a history major. I will apply for both Marine Option NROTC, and Army ROTC. I am currently a Junior, taking the SAT for the first time in January. I know the SAT is a big part of acceptance, but here are my stats other than the SAT/ACT. Grades: Currently 27/278 in my class (Top 10%) GPA: Currently 4.25 wighted and my guess it will be a 4.5 after this year. I am an A and B student. All of my academic classes have all been Honors or AP Classes. Extra Curricular: Beta Club, Youth Group, Adventure Club, Job at Burger King Sophomore Summer, Job at Local supermarket currently, Odyssey of the Mind Sophomore year (Regional Champions), 25+ Hours community service at local foodbank, Play guitar + take lessons since freshman year Extra Curricular that includes Leadership Potential: NJROTC since freshman year; I am an NJROTC Leadership Academy Graduate. Venture Crew Member/Vice President of Programs (Its an adventure part of Boy Scouts) Sports Wise: This is where I really fall short. I played JV Soccer and ran JV track sophomore year, but falled to make the Varsity Team this year. I am also working so much now I do not think I will quit to run track. Should I even include any of this sport info on the application? Well, thanks for reading this and please give me your thoughts on my chances. Also, if you are/were in ROTC please tell me how I stack up against you! Thanks guys!