Hey guys! I am a junior in high school from Connecticut and I plan on applying to USAFA. This is a list of my current "resume" per say. I will try to be as detailed as possible. I go to a recently renovated school with a block schedule. In total, I have 8 classes split between two alternating days. Freshman year, I took 5 honors classes and 3 average classes. I ended with a 3.8 weighted GPA for the year. Sophomore year, I took another 5 average classes and 3 average classes. I ended that year with a 3.9 weighted GPA and I took the PSAT that year. I got a 560 on math and a 580 on English. This year, I have 3 AP classes, Physics, US History, and Statistics. I also have 3 honors classes and 2 average classes. I retook the PSAT and got a 640 on math and 580 on English. So far, my GPA for the year is about a 4.1. I haven't taken the SAT yet, but I'm expecting about a 1300-1320. Next year, I will probably be taking 2 AP classes, Physics 2 and Chemistry. I will also be taking 2 honors classes and 2 average classes, one of which will be an EMT Certificate course through the local community college. I run Cross Country and Indoor/Outdoor Track. I am currently floating between JV and Varsity for track and I'm a hard JV for XC. 5k PR is 22:37, 1600m is 5:51, 3200m is 12:59, and 800m is 2:39. I am in National Honor Society and I will be applying for an Officer position. I am in a Superintendent Advisory Counsel, which is a little less prestigious than NHS. I am the coordinator for the Student Leadership Club, so I work with the principal to help improve the school's environment. I used to work at an amusement park as a cashier in retail. I am currently applying for a new job, which I will be working about 10 hours a week. I will be signing up for a gym membership and will be working on the other aspects of the CFA other than the running, which I am lacking in all of them. I might also become a volunteer fireman as well. I am also a member of Civil Air Patrol. I have been since January 2014. I have reached the grade of C/1stLt and I'm the current Cadet Commander of my squadron or 50 cadets, however, my term as Commander ends on March 8th. I was the captain of a Color Guard team and we reached the National Cadet Competition in 2017, top 16 teams in the nation out of over 1,000 teams. I have put well over 1,000 hours into the program. I have received several rewards over my time, like the Wing NCO Award of the Year (best NCO in the state in several categories) in 2017 when I was a Chief Master Sergeant. Through the program, I have done about 200 hours of Community Service and my Squadron Commander has named me as the most influential cadet in the squadron in the past 10 years. Is there anything that I should improve on to increase my chances? I know its a long post, but my family isn't the richest people in the world and not having any student loans and having a guaranteed job for 8 years is a great opportunity. Any suggestions are welcome.