Hi, I am a freshman in high school and have been considering applying to the USNA in my junior year. I do have some setbacks though. I am homeschooled, and have been for 4 years. While that may make my chances harder to get in, I am ahead in math (wrapping up algebra 2 for the year), English (reading senior level books and writing essays), science (taking AP Biology), social studies (taking AP American Gov't, and doing world and US history combined). For extra curricular activities, I take guitar, have about 20 hrs in volunteer hours at my church, I do horseback riding, have taken 1 year of Russian, archery, guns, bb guns, and also I do a lot of volunteering and competitions at my local 4H. I am also second vice president of my 4H club, and will be 1st vice my sophomore year. I have taken the SAT and got a 1490 (this was last year before they changed the scoring system) and I've taken the ACT in 7th grade and got a 18 composite score. What else should I be doing to make myself seem more desirable to the USNA?